This question already has an answer here:
- Getting fired for cause? 2 answers
- How do I explain wrongful termination in an interview? 4 answers
So a month ago I was forced from my job for inappropriate behavior. I am still claiming that it didnt happen... so essentially someone I was working training at the time was placing claims about me into HR. They started off as dumb like she texted me for help then I texted her back with instructions she filed an hr complaint. I needed to know someones salary (our new hr guy) he told me a high number so I told him I would have to confirm that. She reported it and it was thrown out. One day she 'adjusted her bra strap' but instead of moving it from outside her clothes she dragged her top to the side exposing her bra and breast I ask her what she was doing because i was in the middle of showing her something she asked me to she answered adjusting herself i pretended it didnt happen and continued to show her what she needed. I then was in hr when I found out about the prior complaints and she said I called her boobs 'jiggly'. I denied it ever happen and followed instructions to
A) always have my future interactions with the associate documented B) always have someone trustworthy around when we spoke
I was told that it was her word against mine so I no longer worried. The next day she kept trying to get me one on one and I refused and also made a complaint.
I then was dragged into a room and was told some manager (I dont remember one being around at the time) backed her story and was fired.
So now on my future resumes what is the best way to handle this? And going forward, what is the best way to handle associates that are passive aggressive?