I'm not 100% sure on their policy, but seeing as this will be my first write up... it'll just be a slap on the wrist. If it happens again, I could face suspension and, eventually, termination.
What ****** me off is that I'm completely innocent here, but I could eventually be fired over something like this. When I apply to a future job, my boss would have to tell them why I was fired... and it will be on record that I was fired because money went missing on shifts that I worked.
I have seriously considered putting in my two week's notice right now. I really would hate to quit because, before this incident, I liked the job and the people I work with. I am planning to look for a job when I finish school this summer... but at this point, I'm really thinking about looking for a job now and hoping someone would be willing to hire me now because I'll have my associate's degree in August.
I am most likely over-reacting here, but being accused of this type of dishonesty is insulting to me.
Also, write ups in general go away after a certain period of time. Usually a few months.
Pretty sure that can vary from one employer to the next, depending on their corporate policy. Even still, it's illegal for them to tell a future employer WHY you left, only if you left of your own volition or were terminated. And I also suspect that it's illegal for them to take any money out of your paycheck unless they can PROVE it was YOU that took the money to begin with. And even then I'm not sure if they could take the money out of your check w/out first slapping you with criminal charges.
If they DO take money out of your check Tyjet, I'd suggest you talk to a lawyer.
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