Accused of Having a Relationship With a Client

Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors regarding being falsely accused of having a relationship with a client. 

Question: I am a support worker and have been accused by a tenant of having a relationship with a client, who is another tenant. What should I do? Signed, Worried

Answer: Dear Worried: I am assuming that you work as a caregiver in a residential setting. Apparently, one of the residents has told your boss that you are having a relationship with a client (another resident), which would be against the rules. The big issue is: Are you having a relationship that is against the rules? If so, you may face penalties for it. If not, you should ask for an investigation to allow you to clear your name.

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Wrongly Accused

Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about angry supervisor:

A few days ago I worked a closing shift and now I’m on my days off. The day after I closed, my supervisor phoned me and snapped at me, asking what I did with the wristband tickets. The supervisor every night is supposed to put the tickets back in the office and count them to make sure everything adds up, so I assumed that she had put them in there.She went nuts when I said that and said that she didn’t, and hung up. That was around 5:15 p.m. and I got off at 12:30 a.m. the night before.

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