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    My employer is investigating me for walking in front of a stationary reach truck which had a pallet of stock on and forks were raised.I…
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    My employer has recently authorised the removal of audible reverse alarms (factory fitted) at my workplace where we have in excess of 85 flts…
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    Re: Dealing with Employee Theft
    @H.Sd - some people have a compulsion for stealing. You can get the police in again and either dismiss the employee for gross…
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    Re: Dealing with Employee Theft
    Hello everyone, I am an employer really devastated by the most trusted staff been stealing cash! We pay all our staff NLW and with…
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    Re: Dealing with Employee Theft
    Hey there. I currently work in a whiskey factory that is supposed to be run by customs.the other day my jacket went missing from…
    7 October 2017
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    Re: Forklift Truck Safety
    @Jeffo - if your employer says you can't wear a hoodie, then you can't wear a hoodie.
    6 October 2017
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    Re: Dangers of Dust in the Workplace
    Laks - Your Question:Hi I work in a where houses were there is a lot of dust but never notice it until I come home have a…
    5 October 2017
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