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Walked out of a bogus performance review. Not sure of my options. In California.


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#1 bill2knowls

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 09:39 PM

I am full-time in a professional environment. My performance appraisal from a year ago was quite excellent. I haven't changed. However, my manager changed. He just sat me down for a performance review. The issues being raised were bogus, such as I didn't follow a certain procedure, when no such procedure exists. They listed items that were vague, a non-issue at the time, and were out of proportion of what actually happened, yet excluded items (e.g. complaints) which reflected the politics I deal with and they (mgmt chain) sided with me. Anyway, I walked out of the performance appraisal stating I was sick. What are my options?

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 07:23 AM

I don't understand your question, and your post raises no legal issues. Can you clarify?

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 07:32 AM

What would you like done about this matter?

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:11 AM

I am full-time in a professional environment. My performance appraisal from a year ago was quite excellent. I haven't changed. However, my manager changed. He just sat me down for a performance review. The issues being raised were bogus, such as I didn't follow a certain procedure, when no such procedure exists. They listed items that were vague, a non-issue at the time, and were out of proportion of what actually happened, yet excluded items (e.g. complaints) which reflected the politics I deal with and they (mgmt chain) sided with me. Anyway, I walked out of the performance appraisal stating I was sick. What are my options?


Options?

Just one.

Start looking for another job.

You're probably going to lose this one.

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