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By smallpaycheck - / Sunday 16 August 2009 00:49 / United States
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By  season4reason  |  0

there's no way he can deduct the cost of the shoes from your salary.....there is no way you can be held accountable for theft unless you were letting him try the shoes on right next to the exit of the store or w/e but even then, theft of store items should be reported and should be covered by the stores insurance policy.....next time, dont wither so easily under your boss and stand up for yourself......

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By  Decem_fml  |  0

firsrt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  Luckster  |  0

It depends on where you work. Some states don't have laws about this, I'm sure. If someone stole an XBox 360 where I work, I can kiss my paycheck good bye until the following week.

By  season4reason  |  0

there's no way he can deduct the cost of the shoes from your salary.....there is no way you can be held accountable for theft unless you were letting him try the shoes on right next to the exit of the store or w/e but even then, theft of store items should be reported and should be covered by the stores insurance policy.....next time, dont wither so easily under your boss and stand up for yourself......

By  caancoha  |  0

Oh, damn. I wouldn't have stolen them if I knew it would be taken from YOUR paycheck. Besides, the soles are VERY UNCOMFORTABLE. Not worth 240. Hence why I was planning on returning them or buying them, but since it would have been a rip-off, I'm not. (;

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