Have you experienced theft at your business? Who did it—an outsider, a new hire or the long-term employee you'd never have suspected? It could be any of them, and you shouldn't be surprised if it's the latter.
Employees can be dismissed for cause, and therefore without notice or severance, when their misconduct or performance is so egregious that the employment relationship has been irreparably harmed. In assessing this issue, employers must adopt a contextual approach, which considers not only the misconduct in question, but the entirety of the employment relationship.
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