Would you report a co-worker for stealing?
Knowing how hard it is to find a job and the way the economy is (no excuse) Would you report or turn away?
You need to report the person.
The economy has nothing to do with the fact the person is stealing. Everyone makes choices and this person needs to love by that choice. If you don't report the person then the finger could start pointing at everyone else. Trust me, you don't want that.
Report the person anonymously so you or your loved ones are not in any sort of danger.
Yeah, it would be the best thing to do so you don't get yourself blamed for it or fired for knowing about it. Also, honestly like that, in the work place, is noticed by management.
I would report theft in a heart beat. When someone steals the resources of a business, they are taking from everyone who puts forth effort to make that business a success. Theft is wrong and to know about it, but say nothing is just as wrong. By saying nothing, you say where your loyalties lie.
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