I was recently written up by HR. They interviewed myself and a couple of other individuals and concluded I was wrong resulting in the write up.
However HR did not share all the evidence against me, just bits and pieces. When I inquired what else was written, I was told they had to keep it confidential.
However, when they interviewed others HR shared with them what they did not share with me. The conclusion they derived was simply I was wrong. I felt if it was done correctly I should have been allowed to face my accuser and address the points they brought against me. Additionally, unbeknownst to HR one of the individuals they deemed as honest gave inaccurate information, but for me to bring that up now would seem petty.
This was my first ever written reprimand in my career so I am not sure how this should have been handled by HR.
Should HR had allowed me to meet with the individuals who made the accusations and should they have shared things with others that they did not share with me?