Originally Posted by Slug71
How is it stupid? I raised a legit issue. I was wronged and looking for opinion.
Yes it is a privilege and not a right. That doesn't mean employers should treat there employees that way. The working class spend more time at work than at home. The economy is also driven by us.
Would you rather have to deal with a union than have give a warning before terminating someone? I would rather have that and do away with unions.
You FEEL you were wronged. I bet your management will beg to differ with your opinion. Managers normally do not take kindly to employees circumventing the chain of command. If you had a legitimate reason for going above your managers head you would likely still have your job. And before you say anything, I AM speaking from personal experience.
The parking thing can also be seen as insubordination and was possibly just the icing on the cake.