Good cause to quit
by Baby Fly 6
I quit my job as a housekeeper because I was called a liar to my face by the general manager of the company. An employee accused me of cursing her out on the job and I did not. There was a witness to this conversation and the witness went to the manager and told her that she heard the entire conversation and I did not use profanity. After the manager was told this by the witness the manager sent us back to work and as I was leaving out of the office the manager stood up in my face and told me that she still believed that I cursed out the employee because I was a liar. I quit because I felt that she had a preconceivd opinion of me based on what my accuser told her and after the manager was presented with evidence from a source that wasn't involved she still felt that it was her place to call me a liar to my face and I quit because i felt that i was unfairly treated. Please tell me what you think is this good cause or not.
Tell me, does there happen to be someone above the head of the manager that called you a liar to your face .. vs. gossiping about you being a liar behind your back, that you could have gone to in order to report her for calling you a liar?
Maybe an HR department?
Had there been any other occurrences of this type of thing with her before .. that should have caused you to report her through an established grievance procedure.
Possibly the owner if no HR department.
Did there happen to be a witness to the manager calling you a liar? As there was for the conversation with the co-worker.
Was the person that overheard the conversation in which you did not cuss out a co-worker .. your friend?
Was there some specific reason, you can think of that the manager would take the word of the employee that claimed you cussed her out over yours and your witnesses word that you did not?
What exactly .. is it that you can prove, that might be good cause to quit?
Because you were the moving party and despite the fact that your manager called you a liar .. she did not fire you.