Before Trouble Starts…Know your rights!

If you are called to a meeting with a supervisor which you think may turn into an accusatory proceeding, be certain to have an Association representative with you.

If you find yourself in a meeting which you did not expect to be accusatory, but which results in accusations against you or another person, ask for an adjournment of the meeting, make no comments on the issue at hand, and immediately consult with your Association representative to discuss the steps you should take.

* Do not discuss the issue with a supervisor or attempt to defend yourself alone.
* Do not make spontaneous replies to any charges.
* Make absolutely no public statements about the matter.
* Contact your Association representative immediately

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