Rumors Of Being Wrongfully Accused

Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about falsely accused of stealing:

I work for a video store company. And every time something is stolen, the store manager accuses us of helping older workers who had quit or got fired for stealing. But none of the old workers have returned to the store. And the store mangers tells other coworkers that I am the one helping them steal. I can prove that am not stealing or not helping anybody, but all my manger does is try to find ways to fire people or try to find a way for people to quit for no good reason and he spreads rumors that are not true. What can be done if it continues to happen?

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Accused Of Stealing, But Was Set Up!

Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about accusation of theft:

I do not see eye-to-eye with my boss and we have clashed over several issues that are work related. I work in a retail wireless communication store and my boss recently handled a transaction for a telephone and case I was purchasing with a store credit I had. She was to “ring up” the phone and case and let me know if I owed any additional money from the credit I received. The next day when I went into work, she asked me if I had paid for the case. I told her I thought it had been rung up with the phone since she was the one who was to handle this transaction. I offered to pay for the case if she insisted it wasn’t included in the original transaction. She said she would get back to me.

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