What should I do if my supervisor tried to implicate me instead of himself in the mis placement of a $1,000 handbag?

Asked over 1 year ago - South Boston, Boston, MA

We work for a third party shipping company connected to Saks 5th avenue

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  1. Paul Alan Manoff

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    Answered . Speak to a lawyer. I or any other lawyer would have to know the full set of facts before advising you.

  2. Erik Hammarlund

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    Answered . Absent more facts there's not much to say. Collect evidence and preserve it. See a lawyer if you're nervous.

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  3. Jack Richard Lebowitz

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    Answered . Are there surveillance video tapes? There usually are in those environments. Ask for them to be obtained and reviewed by HR.

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  4. Henry Lebensbaum

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    Answered . Speak to a lawyer.



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