By Anonymous - 01/03/2017 18:00 - Canada - Westerose
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I disagree. He knows what's right, and he's deciding to screw everyone over instead. He doesn't want to change. Better report him now before he gets a heads up and destroys evidence that could assist OP in their report. Even if he did change his ways for a while, he could go right back to his old ways once the storm blows over. By then, people will have dispersed and lost their motivation. It's better to take action while the movement is mobilized.
That would be really bad on the business and for everyone, when you have something like this, your boss may fire you and by the time the suit is over everyone is in desperate need of finances. I'd say it is easier to ask him to lighten up and maybe use a way to tell him that'll get him worried but not defensively.
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You need to stay out of it. Everyone else just risks losing their job. You could lose that and your inheritance, too.
Give him a heads up, but don't tell him that others are in on it too. Just make it seem as if you're the only one that's planning on reporting him. That way, if he decides to fire everyone for being involved with this plan, at least there'll be only you (even if you're family) AND you'll still get around to reporting him with your coworkers to back you up when the government gets involved.
Give your dad a heads up regarding the plan to report him. He may change his workplace ethics regarding employee rights.
That's why you shouldn't work with family