Gremmi wrote:We were talking about an example just then, rather than the specific case.RichGL wrote:He was told by management he couldn't buy it, so he tricked/convinced a floor peon to sell it to him. That's dishonest. Kalel's mention of theft was merely for comparative purposes.kalel wrote:He didn't steal though! FFS.
If I got caught stealing a pack of Smarties from work, I would expect to be fired. The issue is not the value of what I stole or the level of damage done, the issue is that I stole.
How massive or how little the damage caused by what he did is irrelevant! The issue is that he is a dishonest employee who deserves to be fired!!
I already agreed that you (everyone else are right regarding if he was clear about what the consequences would be.