Is it normal for HR not to ask your side of a situation you're getting in trouble for/accused of doing something?
April 11,2021 at 5:20AM UTC
I recently got written up at the office. After what was the week from hell for me. It was the icing on the cake. I got called into the HRs office, who is close friends with my boss and was told I was being written up. But my boss was there and when I tried to even rebut my boss wouldn't let me speak and HR didn't care.
I realized there was no point trying to argue with my boss there, but is this a normal practice? Wouldn't it make more sense to ask the person on the other end what happened alone?
This is I guess an off question, but this is the first company I've worked for that actually had an HR department. And by that it's just one person. This just felt wrong to me and I'm wondering if it's normal.
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