Please type Ok, so I quit my job. Followed all necessary procedures: gave 2 weeks notice, didn't miss any time during my last weeks, still did everything I was assigned without causing a scene. So my last day comes and they give me some paperwork to fill out. Why are you leaving, what can we improve on, etc. At the top of form it says I was suppose to be given a sealed envelope and to put it in the envelope when I'm done with it and be given to HR. My supervisor doesn't give me the envelope, only the paperwork. So I fill it out and be honest with why I'm leaving and give it to my supervisor. So I'm on facebook and I see my supervisor going off about me calling me every name in the book. While my name isn't specifically metioned its obvious its about me since I was the only one who quit recently. My question is what are my options. Legally I probally don't/can't make a case for slander or defemation since my name isn't speically metioned, but what about bringing it to HR's attention? At some point when I'm applying for jobs they're going to want to contact my last supervisor. Should I bring this unprofessional behavior to HR's attention (I do have screen shots, since they posted it under "public" settings). 17 minutes ago - 4 days left to answer. Additional Details Oh, and comments were directly related to what was said in the "exit form", so obviously they read it when they weren't/aren't suppose to. 14 minutes ago your question here...
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