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    April 15th has been designated as Steal something from work day. Here's a website dedicated to it. This is one of the reasons I don't have any employees.
    Last edited by Curtis Baillie; 01-22-2012, 08:19 AM.
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    I would bet the family farm, that who ever is behind this, is are gleeful members of Occupy Phoenix, Occuoy Boston, etc.

    Whomever is sponsoring this, and maybe I overlooked this, but the stock girl at Kroger, or WalMart who steal and caught stealing will be fired, and may be prosecuted by the Kroger, or Walmart


    Will whomever is the author of this come to Mary Ann's defense on April 15? I doubt that
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    • #3
      Originally posted by copelandamuffy View Post
      I would bet the family farm, that who ever is behind this, is are gleeful members of Occupy Phoenix, Occuoy Boston, etc.

      Whomever is sponsoring this, and maybe I overlooked this, but the stock girl at Kroger, or WalMart who steal and caught stealing will be fired, and may be prosecuted by the Kroger, or Walmart


      Will whomever is the author of this come to Mary Ann's defense on April 15? I doubt that
      I thought none of the Occupy people worked. So how can they steal from work?

      You were the one telling them to get jobs. It's your fault.
      I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
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      • #4
        I'll have to start making a list.

        Let's see:

        - A pen to make the list
        - Paper for the list
        - Small soaps
        -Shampoo
        -Toothpaste
        -Shaving cream
        - Towels
        -Garbage bags

        I think I might need another pen & more paper. I also think I might need to make it "Steal from work week".
        I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
        Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by HotelSecurity View Post
          I thought none of the Occupy people worked. So how can they steal from work?

          You were the one telling them to get jobs. It's your fault.

          Probable same radical groups HS. Occupy Boston/Occupy Phoenix. Steal from Work
          Their Motto "What's yours is ours"

          Anyone know who author of this is?

          I will repeat my words. Mary Lou works at Best Buy. In the storage room she steals a few computer cables
          Perhaps a Memory card. Why? Because Mary Lou did not receive a 50 cent hourly increase in her salary
          Mary Lou if your peeved at Best Buy QUIT!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by copelandamuffy View Post
            Probable same radical groups HS. Occupy Boston/Occupy Phoenix. Steal from Work
            Their Motto "What's yours is ours"

            Anyone know who author of this is?

            I will repeat my words. Mary Lou works at Best Buy. In the storage room she steals a few computer cables
            Perhaps a Memory card. Why? Because Mary Lou did not receive a 50 cent hourly increase in her salary
            Mary Lou if your peeved at Best Buy QUIT!
            Imagine the potential for loss from an hotel? You can only steal so many computer cables & memoery cards but toilet paper, kleenex, garbage bags etc etc etc. I"ve told the sotry before. The Security Director would go once every week or so to Housekeeping & fill a garbage bags with the things mentioned above. Then he'd go to the kitchen & take bread, milk etc. Our salaries were not great in those days but he was able to buy an appartment building withthe money he saved buy groceries & home supplies
            I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
            Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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            • #7
              My wife and I stole soap and towels from a Motel 6
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              • #8
                Originally posted by HotelSecurity View Post
                Imagine the potential for loss from an hotel? You can only steal so many computer cables & memoery cards but toilet paper, kleenex, garbage bags etc etc etc. I"ve told the sotry before. The Security Director would go once every week or so to Housekeeping & fill a garbage bags with the things mentioned above. Then he'd go to the kitchen & take phen375 and bread, milk etc. Our salaries were not great in those days but he was able to buy an appartment building withthe money he saved buy groceries & home supplies
                I wonder how much is actually lost every year by employees stealing small tid bits? Probably a lot.

                I remember when I worked at a restaurant the manager used to take the best leftovers and half a bottle of wine home every night. The guy probably saved thousands in grocery bills every year. He still works there too lol.
                Last edited by mike_brown; 05-30-2016, 02:52 PM.

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                • #9
                  And this would be why we do random lunch pail/vehicle checks on site.

                  Fortunately, I've never caught anyone in 4 years taking something off-site without signed paperwork stating it's clear to go. That's not to say it's not happening, I've had to do reports for people popping locks on lockers and stealing a set of coveralls to wear to work, but they never left the property and were subsequently returned to their assigned wearer when the supplier came to switch-out and pick-up...Really the only consequences were the victim got screwed over and had to find someone his size to loan him a pair, thus shorting that guy a pair.

                  If you work an industrial area, Copper is a very hot commodity; in some cases, would-be thieves have fried themselves trying to procure it (people go looking for scrap metal in general, but Cu is a big one). I've dissuaded a couple people from sniffing around for scrap on other sites. The advantage to my current site is we're leasing property from another company who has access control to the entire area, so you can't get to my site without going through their security as well as us....Twice the security, twice the surveillance; if we don't catch you at our gate, the guys down the hill will be waiting at theirs

                  ETA: RE: The website and concept....What commie/Marxist activist criminal union schmuck came up with it? Seriously? What in the actual #*(!< is wrong with people? I would venture a guess it's in the DSM and possibly hard to pronounce.....This should be forwarded to all employers and Security Dept heads and security tightened up to the likes of a Frog's a$$, and that's water-tight!
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