White collar crime

By potting shed woman - 27/05/2021 04:01

Today, after I told my boss I'd found a serious error that cost the company thousands each year, I found out he'd fled abroad. Turns out the error was him stealing for the past 40 years, our entire department is under investigation and the owner is considering scrapping our office and firing us. FML
I agree, your life sucks 1 464
You deserved it 56

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You did the right thing. It’s much better to find the embezzlement than to have been accused of doing it.

Being a whistleblower is very risky, but sometimes it needs to be done

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You did the right thing. It’s much better to find the embezzlement than to have been accused of doing it.

The company I work for the CFO had embezzled hundreds of thousands. She managed to hide it but shortly after leaving it was immediately discovered. She just got a slap on the wrist though, 0 jail time had to pay it back. Though being as she had a 6 figure salary wasn't a big deal for her.

Being a whistleblower is very risky, but sometimes it needs to be done

bleachedraven 14

Well, they got the info from you, they don't need you anymore, they can continue ue their business at the other sites.

You thought the company would be loyal to you? Ha. Best joke ever. They give less than a shit about you, I promise you that.

so you just let your boss steal from the company for 40 years?