When I acknowledge a work write up is that just saying I saw the write up or is it admitting I did wrong?
1 attorney answer
Technically it is only acknowledging receipt. However, if I were on the other side and this came up in either an employment discrimination case or an unemployment claim I would argue that by failing to include any comments in the employee comment section you admitted or agreed with what was detailed in the write-up.
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