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Do we teach him a lesson ? ( You choose )

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1 minute ago, Princess Arabia said:

Wrong move. The cops would just interrogate and question you for disturbing their coffee breaks and nap time. Checking to see if you have warrants and asking for personal information. Who wants all that aggravation. Just mail it to the address on the ID with no return address. Simple.

Nah. Just let the police do the work. Lost and found. Just drop it there. 

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Return the content it with a note

"Stop treating your employees like trash, you can do better. Karma decided that you will get this wallet back." Then leave it near the entrance to the store 

Edited by Michael569

“If you find yourself acting to impress others, or avoiding action out of fear of what they might think, you have left the path.” ― Epictetus

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@Michael569 That could backfire in the employees 


 "Unburdened and Becoming" - Bon Iver

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Who knows maybe loosing his purse caused him to act that way. What if your purse with id's is lost?

Don't act like him, be the change you want to see in the world 😁


I will be waiting here, For your silence to break, For your soul to shake,              For your love to wake! Rumi

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There are dicks all over the place. His own karma will come back to him without you guys acting like jerks too. 
 

Don’t let jerks pull you down to their level with petty human bullshit .


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Come on, this is a no brainer.

Give it to the support girl, and let her decide if she wants to give it back to her boss (thereby potentially getting in his good graces) or use it to perform a voodoo ritual on his stupid ass.

Case closed!


Why so serious?

 

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17 hours ago, Michael569 said:

Return the content it with a note

"Stop treating your employees like trash, you can do better. Karma decided that you will get this wallet back." Then leave it near the entrance to the store 

Bring it to the guy and learn how to muster the guts to say "Stop treating your employees like trash, you can do better. Now can I get my refund?"

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In this intriguing scenario, the optimal course of action hinges on ethical principles and the potential for constructive outcomes. Despite the understandable frustration with the manager's behavior, it's crucial to address the situation in a manner that adheres to ethical standards and possibly encourages a positive change. Here's a recommended approach:

  • Return the Purse and Its Contents: The immediate step should involve returning the manager's belongings intact. This act of integrity ensures you're not implicated in any wrongdoing and sets a positive example.
  • Include a Thoughtful Note: Accompanying the returned items with a note offers a unique opportunity to convey your observations and feelings about the incident witnessed. The note could gently suggest that the kindness and professionalism displayed by employees are valuable and should be reciprocated by management. For instance, "I witnessed your interaction with an employee and, as a customer, I feel that mutual respect and support are key to a positive environment. Your team was very helpful, and it's clear they deserve recognition and encouragement."
  • Opt for a Constructive Tone: If choosing to express your thoughts directly, whether in person or through a note, aim for a constructive and respectful tone. The objective is not to confront but to share a perspective that might prompt reflection and, ideally, positive change.
  • Consider Feedback Mechanisms: If there's genuine concern about a pattern of behavior that could affect the workplace culture, it might be appropriate to share your observations with higher management or through a store feedback system. Ensure this is done from a place of concern for the well-being of the employees and the quality of customer service, rather than seeking retribution.

Taking these steps not only addresses the immediate issue of returning the manager's lost items but also provides a platform for potentially influencing a more positive and respectful interaction between management and staff. It’s an approach that champions ethical behavior and constructive feedback over retaliatory actions, aligning with principles of personal integrity and social responsibility.

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