OtherGround Forums Caught an employee stealing from the register

12/13/19 3:01 PM
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AnthonyWeiner - From my experience watching PornHub, you should be railing her in the back office by now.

Was about to mention your thread.

 

Dude, I'm firing the part-time laundry attendant in around half an hour. I feel like George Clooney in "Up In The Air".

Heavy is the head that wears the crown amiright!! Lol


I get that you're being sarcastic, but I wish I didn't have to fire the kid. 18 years old, no real job skill, no people skills, and I was hoping he'd take it seriously and get his foot in the door.

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og reading comprehension bro, you know it?

12/13/19 3:01 PM
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Cuckoldberry Finn - 
Isaac Fookin' Nootin -

Seems a bit much over $50

What more is an arrest going to do for your case in regards to dismissal when you already have it on camera?

It could have been one dollar, stealing is stealing.  If she had access to our accounts it would have been more.  Also, this isn't the first time money has gone inexplicably missing since shes been employed.  Since she has been employed about $400 dollars has gone missing out of the register.  We have instuted controls and procedures to stop the leak but in the end employees have to have access to the register. also as I said, she has been living with us to get her shit sorted after her relationship tanked.  About $500 dollars has gone missing out of our personal cash since she has moved in but there has never been any proof.  


Damn, through process of elimination I think that would be easy. Wife asks you if you took the money, nope! You ask wife if she took it, nope! Only leaves one thief left. Common denominator. Did you guys say anything to her?
12/13/19 3:02 PM
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Cuckoldberry Finn - 
Isaac Fookin' Nootin -

Seems a bit much over $50

What more is an arrest going to do for your case in regards to dismissal when you already have it on camera?

It could have been one dollar, stealing is stealing.  If she had access to our accounts it would have been more.  Also, this isn't the first time money has gone inexplicably missing since shes been employed.  Since she has been employed about $400 dollars has gone missing out of the register.  We have instuted controls and procedures to stop the leak but in the end employees have to have access to the register. also as I said, she has been living with us to get her shit sorted after her relationship tanked.  About $500 dollars has gone missing out of our personal cash since she has moved in but there has never been any proof.  


Damn, through process of elimination I think that would be easy. Wife asks you if you took the money, nope! You ask wife if she took it, nope! Only leaves one thief left. Common denominator. Did you guys say anything to her?

ever see what happens when you "Ask" or accuse someone of stealing when you have zero rpoof?

12/13/19 3:03 PM
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Just go fire her and move on with her life, your thirst for vengeance on this woman who brought your business to its knees is telling.

Business isn't brought to its knees in any way shape or form.  Aviation is all about accountability and she will be held accountable.  Also, I need to set the tone, as a leader, that I am not to be fucked or trifled with.  Most of my employees are honorable and diligent, however sometimes cock must be swung.

lol, fucking dork.

12/13/19 3:05 PM
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trobinson21 - 
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AnthonyWeiner - From my experience watching PornHub, you should be railing her in the back office by now.

Was about to mention your thread.

 

Dude, I'm firing the part-time laundry attendant in around half an hour. I feel like George Clooney in "Up In The Air".

Heavy is the head that wears the crown amiright!! Lol


I get that you're being sarcastic, but I wish I didn't have to fire the kid. 18 years old, no real job skill, no people skills, and I was hoping he'd take it seriously and get his foot in the door.

Ignore

og reading comprehension bro, you know it?

No, i posted something, then realized my mistake, and edited my post with an ignore. 

 

easy big fella

12/13/19 3:06 PM
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In. I hate thieves

12/13/19 3:10 PM
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12/13/19 3:12 PM
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Seems a bit much over $50

What more is an arrest going to do for your case in regards to dismissal when you already have it on camera?

He has to set the tone bro, he is a manager, at least 7 people report to him and if he doesn't call law enforcement those other 7 will walk all over him. Lol

why do you constnatly put down other people's jobs all the time?

 

youre the OG hall monitor/stalker that goes into every thread telling people to "stop caring about what other people do", yet you are guilty of doing that everytime you tell others not to care and "move on"

I didn't put down anyone's job. I do think it's hilarious we have these broken OGrs who think it's entertaining to fuck with peoples lives, like knowing you are going to fire someone but using them for the needs of the business before doing so or calling the police over a $50 thief or "managers" who yearn for respect, but run to the internet to tell all their e-friends about some lady they are going to fire not realizing they are breaking company policies themselves whether it's anonymous or not.

I've been 20 and had shitty jobs working for shitty managers who have never experienced any power or respect in any aspect of life and most have zero idea of how "respect" works.

They confuse fear with respect.

OPs employees won't respect this bitch shit, they will say "man that bitch didn't have to do that girl like that".

well, she also didnt have to steal the money either. 

OP needed to wait for the police to arrive and review the footage to cover his ass form any potential lawsuits over wrongful termination

and OP isnt just som e"manager" he owns the business

12/13/19 3:16 PM
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trobinson21 -
Cuckoldberry Finn -
trobinson21 -
Cuckoldberry Finn -
trobinson21 -

Just go fire her and move on with her life, your thirst for vengeance on this woman who brought your business to its knees is telling.

Business isn't brought to its knees in any way shape or form.  Aviation is all about accountability and she will be held accountable.  Also, I need to set the tone, as a leader, that I am not to be fucked or trifled with.  Most of my employees are honorable and diligent, however sometimes cock must be swung.

Lolololol. You go "set the tone", sport.

 

You sound like a guy who steals fifty dollars from his employers all the time.,

Oracle infrastructure doesn't have a cash register for me to steal from and my wife owns her company so she can empty the whole thing if she wants to. Lol

You go show them though sport!!!

Real quick, tell the truth, are you short or fat? 

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12/13/19 3:16 PM
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Cuckoldberry Finn -

For the gallery, her body is alright I suppose, but she has a face that looks like it has been hit by a shovel... and some janky teeth.  I need a better human resources director.

She has meth mouth 

12/13/19 3:16 PM
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Cuckoldberry Finn -

So, this morning I get a text from my base manager telling me that the register was $50 short.  We cashed out the register and left like $150 in there.  A customer came in with a $100 dollar bill and she noticed that there was a $50 dollar bill missing.


So, we have this chick working in the office and I could have terminated her outright but alas I did not.  unbeknowst to her our competition has a camera that encompasses our register area, and on ultra high definition it is clear as day that she removed $50 dollars from the register.  In lieu of instant termination she is working right now as we wait for the police to come and review the footage, we will have her arrested in the lobby of the terminal.

 
I will be busy dealing with this for the next hours but I will update once the police have made their move.

Why not ask her outright?

If she broke the law, why not find out what why she stole from you and potentially hurt her future.

 

sure, I get how some people in this world have a view point and that's that. One strike. You know her better than any of us though.

 

lastly, if it was my employee I wouldn't have called the cops. I would have found out why she felt the need to take it first. Sounds like you're a shoot first type of guy. Just some random thoughts OP

12/13/19 3:17 PM
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12/13/19 3:17 PM
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I wonder how many prior employers she stole from and merely got a tisk tisk you're fired now leave and go steal from your next employer because for some odd reason we're above calling the police and having you charged.

12/13/19 3:18 PM
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Hey Op how much was her Xmas bonus ? If you are a cheap skate and didn't pay up she totally deserves that 50, Considering you use your competitions security camera to monitor your own register my guess is you are cheap 

12/13/19 3:18 PM
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Cuckoldberry Finn -

So, this morning I get a text from my base manager telling me that the register was $50 short.  We cashed out the register and left like $150 in there.  A customer came in with a $100 dollar bill and she noticed that there was a $50 dollar bill missing.


So, we have this chick working in the office and I could have terminated her outright but alas I did not.  unbeknowst to her our competition has a camera that encompasses our register area, and on ultra high definition it is clear as day that she removed $50 dollars from the register.  In lieu of instant termination she is working right now as we wait for the police to come and review the footage, we will have her arrested in the lobby of the terminal.

 
I will be busy dealing with this for the next hours but I will update once the police have made their move.

Why not ask her outright?

If she broke the law, why not find out what why she stole from you and potentially hurt her future.

 

sure, I get how some people in this world have a view point and that's that. One strike. You know her better than any of us though.

 

lastly, if it was my employee I wouldn't have called the cops. I would have found out why she felt the need to take it first. Sounds like you're a shoot first type of guy. Just some random thoughts OP

 

12/13/19 3:21 PM
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trobinson21 -
Isaac Fookin' Nootin -

Seems a bit much over $50

What more is an arrest going to do for your case in regards to dismissal when you already have it on camera?

He has to set the tone bro, he is a manager, at least 7 people report to him and if he doesn't call law enforcement those other 7 will walk all over him. Lol

you a line worker for somebody else rite?

12/13/19 3:23 PM
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trobinson21 - 
CuddleBug - I wonder how many prior employers she stole from and merely got a tisk tisk you're fired now leave and go steal from your next employer because for some odd reason we're above calling the police and having you charged.

Yep, she probably has killed some people and dated black dudes.

Bury that bitch!!! Lol


Is it the amount that makes you feel it should be ignored? How much before you'd have her charged? After she's fired, can she grab the rest of the money out of the register on her way out too? At what point do you feel there is a duty to society to have laws enforced?
12/13/19 3:24 PM
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Cuckoldberry Finn -

So, this morning I get a text from my base manager telling me that the register was $50 short.  We cashed out the register and left like $150 in there.  A customer came in with a $100 dollar bill and she noticed that there was a $50 dollar bill missing.


So, we have this chick working in the office and I could have terminated her outright but alas I did not.  unbeknowst to her our competition has a camera that encompasses our register area, and on ultra high definition it is clear as day that she removed $50 dollars from the register.  In lieu of instant termination she is working right now as we wait for the police to come and review the footage, we will have her arrested in the lobby of the terminal.

 
I will be busy dealing with this for the next hours but I will update once the police have made their move.

Why not ask her outright?

If she broke the law, why not find out what why she stole from you and potentially hurt her future.

 

sure, I get how some people in this world have a view point and that's that. One strike. You know her better than any of us though.

 

lastly, if it was my employee I wouldn't have called the cops. I would have found out why she felt the need to take it first. Sounds like you're a shoot first type of guy. Just some random thoughts OP

there is no reason to ask her outright.  we allow employees to take cash out of the register for personal use as long as they file a requisition and have it approved by a manager.  we have been leaking a bit since we hired her so last week we circulated a memo outlining the procedure and had every employee, including her, sign the document.

she has been told outright not to take cash from the register unless it is properly accounted for and she knew we were keeping an eye on it.  These issues were brought to her attention and filed in her employee record as verbal counseling.

there is no excuse for her actions as I can verify she knew the process and intended to steal from us, as far as I am concerned no further explanation is needed

Edited: 12/13/19 3:24 PM
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I love how some of you guys keep saying he's hurting her future. Or he's fucking with her life. When some piece of shit does a scummy thing, he/she brought the consequences on themselves. If you steal and your manager fires you, your manager didn't ruin your life. You did that. 

12/13/19 3:26 PM
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Hey Op how much was her Xmas bonus ? If you are a cheap skate and didn't pay up she totally deserves that 50, Considering you use your competitions security camera to monitor your own register my guess is you are cheap 

she has only been with us for about 90 days so she doesn't qualify.  my christmas bonus structure ranges from a week of salary to 3 weeks paid vacation in excess of the statutory requirements.  

12/13/19 3:28 PM
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trobinson21 -
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Hey Op how much was her Xmas bonus ? If you are a cheap skate and didn't pay up she totally deserves that 50, Considering you use your competitions security camera to monitor your own register my guess is you are cheap 

This. A 7 camera kit is literally $150. 

 

Yes OP is cheap but she agreed to work for shit pay.

12/13/19 3:29 PM
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trobinson21 - 
CuddleBug - I wonder how many prior employers she stole from and merely got a tisk tisk you're fired now leave and go steal from your next employer because for some odd reason we're above calling the police and having you charged.

Yep, she probably has killed some people and dated black dudes.

Bury that bitch!!! Lol


Is it the amount that makes you feel it should be ignored? How much before you'd have her charged? After she's fired, can she grab the rest of the money out of the register on her way out too? At what point do you feel there is a duty to society to have laws enforced?

Yeah the amount is big, I would have asked her to pay the $50 back or have the police called when I fired her.

As far as "laws and policy" I would say there are probably laws about talking about employment issues on a public message board, anonymous or not.

Just like the girl thought, if nobody finds out about the $50 then all is good...if nobody finds out a manager runs to the internet to discuss business and HR matters all is good.

He is breaking a "policy" himself but it's OK because he's the manager, is that what we are saying?

point to the requirement that says what you say.  

12/13/19 3:30 PM
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trobinson21 -
CuddleBug -
trobinson21 - 
CuddleBug - I wonder how many prior employers she stole from and merely got a tisk tisk you're fired now leave and go steal from your next employer because for some odd reason we're above calling the police and having you charged.

Yep, she probably has killed some people and dated black dudes.

Bury that bitch!!! Lol


Is it the amount that makes you feel it should be ignored? How much before you'd have her charged? After she's fired, can she grab the rest of the money out of the register on her way out too? At what point do you feel there is a duty to society to have laws enforced?

Yeah the amount is big, I would have asked her to pay the $50 back or have the police called when I fired her.

As far as "laws and policy" I would say there are probably laws about talking about employment issues on a public message board, anonymous or not.

Just like the girl thought, if nobody finds out about the $50 then all is good...if nobody finds out a manager runs to the internet to discuss business and HR matters all is good.

He is breaking a "policy" himself but it's OK because he's the manager, is that what we are saying?

Lol you're such a moron

12/13/19 3:30 PM
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12/13/19 3:30 PM
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trobinson21 -
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trobinson21 - 
CuddleBug - I wonder how many prior employers she stole from and merely got a tisk tisk you're fired now leave and go steal from your next employer because for some odd reason we're above calling the police and having you charged.

Yep, she probably has killed some people and dated black dudes.

Bury that bitch!!! Lol


Is it the amount that makes you feel it should be ignored? How much before you'd have her charged? After she's fired, can she grab the rest of the money out of the register on her way out too? At what point do you feel there is a duty to society to have laws enforced?

Yeah the amount is big, I would have asked her to pay the $50 back or have the police called when I fired her.

As far as "laws and policy" I would say there are probably laws about talking about employment issues on a public message board, anonymous or not.

Just like the girl thought, if nobody finds out about the $50 then all is good...if nobody finds out a manager runs to the internet to discuss business and HR matters all is good.

He is breaking a "policy" himself but it's OK because he's the manager, is that what we are saying?

doesn't seem to be any personally identifying information. maybe $50 is trifling but that's the risk a thief runs. why so invested in defending the actions of a thief? just the $ amount