Two weeks ago, I was placed on a 3-day, unpaid, disciplinary suspension due to an error in a database.
My job involves manually entering data into a database. When roughly three consecutive entries were incorrect (based on a report pulled by the director), I was placed on a 3-day, unpaid leave.
Two coworkers were tasked with reviewing this report and this database in the time I was gone. The two coworkers concluded that the report was pulled incorrectly by the director. During this leave, I had interviewed for another position at a separate company, been offered the position, and accepted.
My director pulled me into their office the day after my suspension was lifted to inform me that I had not made an error and the report that was pulled, by the director, was incorrect due to user error.
Is there anything I can or should do about this? No apology, compensation, or back-pay has been offered and I feel as if I have been wronged due to incompetence. I want to be as professional as I can about this.
Edits: I am an hourly employee and have a normal, professional relationship with this director. I do not have a contract, and my director has only been in a leadership position for one year, with no prior leadership training. I have not asked for back-pay yet as I am still unsure of how to proceed.