I realise that this is not the proper forum for asking for this sort of help, but its something of an emergency and I hope I can rely on the breadth of knowledge in here. The future Mrs Twatty works as a bar supervisor in a pub and last Friday she was asked to attend a disciplinary meeting the next day. The meeting was held in a booth in the pub in open view of all the customers and other staff. She was questioned about stock shortages for which she is in no way responsible. I won't go into the detail, but I know she is not and cannot be responsible. The managers (who are under investigation themselves) have given her a written warning that will go on her file for 12 months. She has worked there for eight years but is not aware of an written employment contract. She has heard (completely off the record) that someone is going to be sacked. She was the only staff member to be given a warning as all the other staff had their disciplinary interviews postponed and then changed to investigatory interviews. None of which have taken place. She is now in a right state and fears that she will be railroaded, set up as a scapegoat and sacked. As I have no experience of civvy employment shite, all I can do is try to comfort her and reassure her, but have no knowledge of what to say. Anyone able to give any pointers or assistance? And before you ask, no I will not post a piccie of her tits. They are large, round, lovely and far to good for you fuckers to see!