|Posted: February 4, 2009, 3:31 am - IP Logged|
The most telling line in the story is "They added that they all ran the store and that the owner was rarely around."
Do these people not understand that the benefit of being the owner is you do not have to be around? That is why you hire people.
I think that clearly shows that the employees probably had a strong sense of entitlement, and this shows in the manager actually having a meeting with the owner about the cash.
We don't really know what happened here, but I bet they wanted a big cut.
At that point, you cannot make anyone happy, and how can you trust someone with a register full of cash, if they think you owe them money?