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By supervisor - / Friday 6 November 2009 03:43 / United States
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By  nzkristy  |  8

He is obviously to immature to understand the importance of having the correct amount of money in the till and the fact you have to do your job and properly to. You will find someone with the same mentality no doubt and will be better off without the other guy.

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  Reyo  |  6

OP: Now do you know why they shun upon workspace relationships? I hope you learn from this experience...though you should've known already.

By  nzkristy  |  8

He is obviously to immature to understand the importance of having the correct amount of money in the till and the fact you have to do your job and properly to. You will find someone with the same mentality no doubt and will be better off without the other guy.

By  perdix  |  37

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  Rayn4u_fml  |  37

No way! You should've taken more money out and mentioned to your boss he was stealing out of the till. If you'd done that you'd be rid of him, still have a job, and have some extra spending money.

By  kariface  |  6

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  perdix  |  37

Maybe you guys could put a notation that a post was edited so everyone can be right. I normally don't point out errors like this, but the difference between "tattle-tail" and "tattle-tale" is way beyond a mere typo, it's a conceptual FAIL. I'm just trying to prevent those fights where someone sees the original version, points out the error and then someone who sees the corrected version writes, "It clearly says. . ." Love the work your doing. Keep it up.

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  cefarix  |  37

If the grammar police were really here, and not just some pretenders, then they would know that "should of" makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. It should be "should have." Seriously, how the hell do you even think of "should of"?

By  alterationartist  |  26

The dude's a prick, and you should be glad you're rid of him, if short a job. Nobody mature over the age of 10 uses the term "tattle-tail". I've seen even 11 year olds make the switch to "snitch". Plus there probably wasn't too much to your relationship to break it off like that. You should do what my sister does and get one of your female friends to go in and claim he harassed her.

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  Mr_Eated  |  9

...because she was management and he wasn't. He could sue for sexual harassment over being fired now. As management, she should have known better and exercised proper judgement, and protected her company from potential liability. They were right to can her. But the guy is still a douchebag, and I'm sure they'll find a way to get rid of him soon. They have to do it in a way that doesn't look retalliatory or anything.

By  Nakedsquirrel  |  14

Dudes like this raise the red flag for being an immature bag of shit the moment any conflict between you arises, and this couldn't have been the first one. Should've dumped him then. If you have any possessions at his place, or any naughty photos, the spiteful acts aren't over yet.

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