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I thought management was supposed to keep it quiet? Maybe management screwed up but doesn't want to own up to it? I'm so sorry you lost your job, but the absolute bottom line is that when you're working as a cashier, it's an absolute no-no to ring in anything that you purchase yourself.
If you received a copy of an employee manual when you were hired, there might well have been a clause in there to that effect.
I don't know what to tell you about the fact that the rung-in amount came out to over 0 but large retail stores as well as many smaller stores come down VERY heavily on cashiers who do what you did. I would ask for documentation showing the 0 that you allegedly had wrung up.
I realize that it may seem something small to you but it really is a major offense from management's standpoint. You could certainly plead your case and ask for a hearing, ask to see the register tapes to see why the amount came out incorrectly but, in all honesty, you really did make a big mistake and one which in most cases doesn't warrant a warning but dismissal. There really isn't anything you can do about your job, but if your employer is being untruthful or is mistaken about why you are being fired, you might want to be able to document that, given that this might affect unemployment benefits and your ability to get another job. I should not have rung up the gum but why not just a warning?
They must be getting this 0.00 figure somewhere.But anyways, I walked into work last week and they called me to the office and told me I was fired for ringing myself up to the total of around 0 dollars. I offered to show them my credit card statement (I never carry cash) to prove I never rang up 0 dollars worth of stuff.The thing is I only rang myself up for gum couple times. She said "It is against company policy..must leave." I told her "I am sorry.will never happen again. I called off only ONCE in the year I worked for them.Join us for the Design for All Experience: a livestream taking you on the red carpet & inside the launch event! In a move that most Christians probably never expected to see, retail giant Walmart has posted an online video that normalizes homosexual relationships.