Asked To Witness A Coworker Sleeping

Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about being ask to witness:

I work third shift. The supervisor came in and saw a co-worker sleeping. The supervisor called me over and pointed to the worker and said she wanted me to be a witness. She then woke the co-worker up. I then left. When the co-worker woke up she said that the supervisor had told her that I witnessed her sleeping. First, was it right for her to call me over to see this and was it right for her to tell the co-worker that I was a witness?

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Allegation of Sleeping On Night Duty

Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about sleeping on the job:

I am a night Nurse who was informed by my nurse manager that another nurse alleged that I was sleeping at 06:00 hrs whilst observing a patient. No one on the shift informed me about this until I received a call the next day about this allegation and was suspended from work pending an investigation. Do I have the right to request of my manager a copy in writing of this serious allegation by another nurse? This hurts as this never occurred. I never sleep on night duty and would like the manager to produce evidence of date and time of when this was alleged to happen.

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Bosses Keep Investigating Me!

Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about sleeping on the job:

I am a production manager and was recently accused of sleeping on the night shift. Apparently they found some coats made into a bed in a room upstairs and my name was reported to my line manager as the person who did it. I basically got a phone call and called to my line managers office and accused of the mentioned act. I was told I was to have my promotion removed and that they would find me a job somewhere else. I lodged a formal grievance against the procedures they followed and asked to be reinstated to my position. I have since won my case and told that, subject to a medical exam, I will be returning to my position.

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