I have been employed by a large financial institution for a couple of years enjoying decent salary, great bonuses (20% of my salary), matching 401 (k), a pension (!!!) , etc, etc.
Unfortunately, my boss (who has been with that bank for over 20 years) did not bother to properly on-board and train me: his top priority was to avoid any conflicts and to stay with that bank at all costs: his bonus is 50% of his salary and he plans to retire there at some point.
As the result of the disconnect I got a horrible performance review, a totally unexpected Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) and, worst of all, he has submitted all that info to the bank's global HR profile -any division from New York to Sidney has access to my performance profile: that will essentially eliminate my options for re-employment there at some point.
Since he has 20+ years with that Bank, his opinion matters, and I clearly I cannot appeal his decision, so I have quit that job. Obviously, I am upset- because the bank itself is a decent place and money + benefits+ bonuses of that size are far and between. Is there any way around it, or his submission of my PIP to the global HR makes me "inadmissible?