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Some people don’t realize that “borrowing” items from the workplace without permission is still called “stealing” . Some companies have reported that their largest annual losses come from internal theft. that’s right employees taking thins from the workplace for their own personal use or to sell for extra cash. Believe me, your employer has eyes somewhere in the office making sure those financial losses are at a minimum. Ok, so maybe you have had something of yours taken while you where at work. It’s still called stealing from your co-workers and guess what, employers don’t like that either. Here ar a few tips to help you keep your workplace a little more safe from thieving co-workers.

Investigate the issue. Interview the suspected employee and others who may have witnessed the activity. Review documents — bank statements, emails and check registers, for example — and use other relevant information such as access card records, time clock data and footage from security cameras to confirm your suspicions. Remain neutral and objective while you collect the facts. (source SmallBusiness.com)

 

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