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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?
are you even sure there is a policy or law that makes it illegal to discuss, anonymously, employment/criminal matters of a business?
your arguemtn is resting on the presumption that such a policy/law exists
we are all 100% sure that stealing money from a cash register is illegal, but there is nothing sure about any policies prohibiting an employer talking about his own business, anonymously
and, again, he is the owner, not just a manager
you are shoehorning a bunch of untruths to fit your narrative