Asked by Anonymous on 03-12-2020 11:54:44
Question posted in the Criminal Law category relating to Gauteng
I resigned from work 1 weeks ago, for various of reasons, I have a chronicly sick child, and a few days before I resigned, I overheard my boss telling a lady that worked with me that I took medication and she told him numerous times that I did not she opened the boxes, but he did not want to listen, she told me herself. For the next 2days his wife who was our dispensary manager, was scratching through my stuff. And it was not a nice working inviroment at that moment, having other stresses at home, my fiance said I should rather work for hom to have more time with the children. Yesterday I received an email to say I am being investigated for stock losses and on the outcome they will lay criminal charges.
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