There are employees who cause trouble in the workplace. They may steal, chronically arrive late to work, or harass co-workers. This negative behavior is called employee misconduct. It is defined as an intentional disregard for corporate rules and can jeopardize any trust the employer may have in the employee.
Any deliberate violation of a written policy can bring with it serious consequences, including employment termination and even legal action. That is why you need to take action if you have been wrongfully accused. Your career is at stake, so do not ignore your employer’s actions and suffer in silence. Seek legal help from an employment lawyer who can defend your case.
There are two main types of employee misconduct:
If someone in your workplace is accusing you of wrongdoing, and the allegations are not true, you need to act quickly. Here is how to set the record straight:
Allegations of misconduct in the workplace can be infuriating. Your reputation and career are at stake, so you need to fight to defend yourself. Do not just hope and pray that the truth will come out.
Seek legal help from the Ohio employment lawyers at Marshall Forman & Schlein. We will help you set the record straight and clear your name. Fill out the online form or call (614) 463-9790 to schedule a consultation.
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