I was called into the office today as my manager wanted to talk to me about my conduct. He said he's been fed back some things that i had said about him and he wanted me to keep out of staff discussion in future and not talk badly about anyone. I asked him for examples of what had been said and both examples were fabricated.
I am now very concerned that he has a bad opinion of me as I am a professional and my reputation is important for future job prospects.
I feel it's unfair to judge me based on malicious gossip or out of context comments.
How should I approach this now? Should I suck it up and apologise, ask for all the things said about me and explain them, forget the conversation and just say nothing until my contract ends in a few weeks?
I was on course to get a job from my manager so this gossip has tarnished my reputation and the chance of a job so it's important things are improved.
What's the right thing to do?
If I don't improve his opinion of me it could end badly. But I can't apologise for something I haven't done.
Accused of being too opinionated and gossipy at work
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