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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Blemonds View Post
    Get back to me when you read the link, especially where it says this wasn't her first offense
    I read it already.

    Again, when you understand the nature of progressive corrective action, get back to me.

    It is quite obvious that you do not.

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

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    Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Gotta wonder if the $400 was worth the publicity? I like their chicken, but mercy me, not the brightest move on their part.
    I hope she can sue (even though I am not a fan of lawsuits) for unfair dismissal. And if this was not sanctioned by Popeyes I hope they rehire her and fire the manager for bringing their company into disrepute.
    Wilders is a piece of gutter trash, a gutless populist who has no morality to speak of.

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter King View Post
    I hope she can sue (even though I am not a fan of lawsuits) for unfair dismissal. And if this was not sanctioned by Popeyes I hope they rehire her and fire the manager for bringing their company into disrepute.
    Hard for her to sue if she's been offered reinstatement with back pay

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by SMTA View Post
    I read it already.

    Again, when you understand the nature of progressive corrective action, get back to me.

    It is quite obvious that you do not.
    Seemed progressive to me. Noting again that her incompetence cost the store money

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Blemonds View Post
    Hard for her to sue if she's been offered reinstatement with back pay
    Even better, no need to employ more sleazy lawyers who just want to leech money from the system into their own pockets (no, not a big fan of ambulance chasing or baseless lawsuits filing lawyers).
    Wilders is a piece of gutter trash, a gutless populist who has no morality to speak of.

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Blemonds View Post
    Seemed progressive to me. Noting again that her incompetence cost the store money
    No the armed robber cost the store money. If he hadn't robbed the store, no story.
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    You have no empirical evidence backing up your false assertion. You are simply conjecturing based on a whim...

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    No the armed robber cost the store money. If he hadn't robbed the store, no story.
    If the shift manager had done a s instructed, the robber would have gotten less money, thus the balance is partially the fault of the manager. No reason not to hold her accountable

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Blemonds View Post
    If the shift manager had done a s instructed, the robber would have gotten less money, thus the balance is partially the fault of the manager. No reason not to hold her accountable
    That is grounds to fire her fine. But to ask her to pay the money back is beyond idiotic. It send a clear message that they in the future she should "protect" the money when robbed.
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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    That is grounds to fire her fine. But to ask her to pay the money back is beyond idiotic. It send a clear message that they in the future she should "protect" the money when robbed.
    It was her duty to protect the money by removing it from the cash drawer, leaving only a specified amount. She failed to do that. Basically, she got a choice, make up for her incompetence or get fired. that seems fair to me

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    Re: Pregnant Popeyes worker fired after armed robbery

    Quote Originally Posted by Blemonds View Post
    She repeatedly violated the store policy which cost the store to lose money. An argument could be made that she should only have to pay the difference between what she was supposed to have in the drawer and the $400
    whatever. she shouldn't have to pay the store back for a loss I don't know any store that does that, and it appear from the corporate side of things they have put the manager of the store in their place and are giving her the job back or they are talking to her about it.

    I would think the store should be more concerned with the fact nothing is wrong with her or the baby vs a few hundred dollars.
    that is where their main concern should be.

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