My DirecTV Personnel File
Yesterday, I called Tracy Tibbels; the Directv Human Resources liaison I’ve been dealing with since February. I cordially asked her for a copy of my personnel file and she got flat out rude with me. She said since I was terminated from the company I no longer have a right to view their file about me because it is proprietary company information. I told her that was fine and that I would get a subpoena for the file. She had little time to respond and I disconnected the call.
When there is a question of the legality of the termination, former employees have the right to their file. In the end, Directv will be forced to turn it over, but they can be dickheads about it and stall as long as possible. Obviously, that is how they want to play it.
Following the conversation with Tracy, I contacted the Appeal Tribunal with the OESC1. I explained what had happened when I requested my personnel file and then I was told to fax a request for a subpoena to them and they will subpoena the file on my behalf. Excellent! I’m so relieved this isn’t as difficult as I expected.
On this day..
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I’m a thirty-something bipolar woman, an advanced tech agent with a pay tv provider, tax preparer for a local charity, current Tulsa inhabitant, and I’m one credit shy of an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts. I’m working on recovery from self-injury and working toward stabilizing my bipolar symptoms. Recovery is very important to me. I’ve been mostly single the past few years and plagued by a seemingly never-ending series of jackasses, assholes, and married men. I have no children of my own, but I have lots of nieces and nephews I love to spoil.