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    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2010
    Just finished reading an article about an employer that had to pay a $1.25M judgement for (knowingly) falsely accusing an employee of theft.  
    I was reminded of several posts here where employees and customers were accused of theft, and later shown to be innocent. In many of those cases, the employees were forced to voluntarily quit, and the customers (and even employees) forced to sign a waiver that they would not take legal action against Fry's. FWIW, you should never sign something like this. If Fry's falsely accuses you, and causes you economic (or other) loss, they're accountable for their actions.
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    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2010
    if you're an employer find another reason to fire someone other than theft.  
    Loss prevention is the wrong business to be in. Lawsuits and settlements costs way more than theft.