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Ohio...I was investigated in Feb of this year for being 4200.00 short as a lead teller at my local bank. I cooperated completely and requested a polygraph. I have since stepped down as lead teller, moved to another branch due to downsize. I recently gave resignation notice. After 3 months, I have not been given a polygraph and was told that I would be placed on a severe written warning. Now I am told that I must now take a polygraph test. I feel this may be retaliation. Can I refuse the test after I have resigned and am I required to continue to cooperate. I am completely innocent and do not want to relive this after I have moved on! Any info would be appreciated.

[Edited by racerock on 05-07-2001 at 05:29 PM]

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