First of all, I want to thank you all! You're all like certified paralegals on a level I wish to ascertain one day. I'm a longtime lurker and first time poster. I've always been able to search the forums and come up with an answer but no luck this time. So here goes. Earlier this year I was offered the day off which I took. I look at my check and I was paid for 4 hours like I had called in sick. I foolishly didn't say anything or file on it and now it's coming back to haunt me. I was sick yesterday but didn't have any days left(mainly due to them offering a day off then charging me a sick day, this happened at least 3x). They come to me today with the union steward for the local sort for a 'doc talk'. He said "This is a documented talk about your attendance, you understand that you're out of sick days, right?" I said 'yes and where do I sign? Now first, lemme tell you this: I had read some comments here about the case could be made that you're being uncooperative by not signing some things(and I understand the RTS argument, too), well, I would have signed this because my attendance is usually spot-on! Some years I get checks for leftover sick days. I understand that I should have filed on those days off(or just worked them, in retrospect) but I didn't and now that ship has sailed. The problem I have now is that I wasn't given the option to either sign or say that I RTS. When I asked 'where do i sign' he said that he had RTS'd it for me already. Is this considered falsifying a document? I've heard that can be pretty bad. Does anyone think I may have a case? My local sort steward was there but he's kinda clueless on anything beyond sups working. I'm going to call the morning steward later tomorrow for a better idea but wanted to ask yall first. On a side note, I'm a little paranoid and don't want a target on my back at this critical junction in my UPS career. I'm next to go full time after a staggering amount of time. I don't want this to interfere with that and I especially don't want to lose my job and insurance. I don't want to say to much as to give away my identity in case of any undercover lurkers but I'm a (slightly less than)10 yr employee of UPS, union member since the first time they asked me to join, nose to the grindstone all night - I have a very good work ethic and my coworkers respect me for that. I've always told the new hires, just work hard and nobody will even look your way. Well, now even your best isn't good enough. I hope yall can understand my plight! Thanks for your help.