If what you are saying is true, then let this be a lesson to all of us. I simply find it hard to believe that after five years of faithful employ, she didn’t even have the courtesy of talking with you in private first.
I know the Chinese way is different but…YIKES
To automatically put you in the hot-seat in front of parents, and then tell you what the accusation is? Am I right about this? And you worked there for five years??? :help:
I could understand a slightly different scenario, whereas she takes you aside and tells you there’s been a complaint and even though you are innocent she has to let you go…THAT is understandable.
But I have no idea what she expected to achieve by throwing you to the wolves. Word gets around and I’m sure she/the school will eventually pay for this rash decision.
I had something similar happen to me in Korea, though the accusations were much different. They pretty much told me what I had done in a typed letter on company letter head…took me completely by surprise and they never spoke to me personally about it. The bascially said I was swearing in class, slamming the door and throwing furniture around.
I had only been there for two months and I was glad to be going. Funny thing is, they paid me out and gave me a good reference. :loco:
I guess my biggest problem is I will never understand Asians.