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 pisses 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.
Tijet - Rank 10 Windurst
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