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I work for mobile carrier and my team lead instructed me to do something that was incorrect and I put the team leads name in the document like the policy states. The team lead is denying that he told me to do the wrong thing of course. So now it's my word against his. There is no way to prove that this is what he told me to do. So what can I do if there is anything at all.  
   
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What were the outcomes? As in any situation, follow your gut, If you know it is against what the company policy is, follow company policy. If your lead indicated that you should do otherwise, indicate to the lead that you are uncomfortable doing that as you cannot put your job at risk. If a lead insists, then have them initial the change in policy that you were instructed to do. That is why they get paid lead salary.
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In the eyes of the law, you the one who made the name on that document. The team lead simply say that he has nothing to do with it. Unless you could proved that the team leader actually instruct you without that, your team lead is not exist at all in this case, The y would say that you made the strictly to cover your guilt.
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