That may well be the case and of passing interest, but it's of no particular relevance to the OP. It’s irrelevant to them what may or may not have been going onm who was involved or how they operated. What they’re concerned about is they’ve been dismissed, and what is relevant to that is whether the dismissal was “fair” or not. That is, it is the disciplinary process and procedures that led up to that action being taken that is relevant; the original actions or lack of actions that led to it that is not important. Dismissing someone from their livelihood when an employer cannot show that a fair process was used is (rightly) viewed as a very serious matter by the WRC. A fair process would include sharing all the evidence the employer had and providing an opportunity to the employee to state their case adequately prior to any action being taken.The scam was a customer paying for an item in cash but the shop assistant put into the till that it was a voucher. Then stole the cash.
- why would the other staff know your ID
- very odd nobody was checking the tills added up every day if they weren't counting vouchers
- the thief is still there
- did anyone new join the staff nine months ago
- which member of staff suddenly seemed to have more spending money