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Can you refuse to sign a written warning if you think it's unjustified, discriminatory and or possibly part of a "managing out" process?
Can you refuse to sign a written warning if you think it's unjustified, discriminatory and or possibly part of a "managing out" process? And what could the consequences be? Thanks.

Kathleen Carroll

15th April 2022

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