7. Theft from Employers
Stealing has dire consequences. Steal from an employer and those negative repercussions multiply. You’ll lose your job, for starters. That may happened when you need extra income to pay for a lawyer due to charges against you for theft. Most employers will press charges. Plus they will likely make a note in your employee records. That could be seen by a future employer, and torpedo your chances of getting another job. Legal problems are costly, and should be avoided whenever possible. If you are tempted to steal from an employer, resist that urge. Remember the negative impact it can have on your life. Even if it’s just paperclips or computer paper, don’t engage in theft. You’ll only be robbing yourself of the chance to succeed in your profession and career.
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