Response from the owner - 2 years ago
To correct what was said "two employees committed time clock fraud." Those employees are not here and left after this was brought to our attention. Every company from Subway to Jimmy John's has employees that tinker with the time clock. In this case one manager was putting in hours for the other employee that the other employee was not in the office. Those employees are both gone. Please make sure you distinguish between the two because they are not the same. So, to reiterate two employees altering their time clocks and the time clock software is internally stealing from the company and it is fraud on the part of the prior employee, but that is not "internal fraud." It is two employees simply stealing from the company. We have hired a new staff and are not understaffed at the current moment. At the time you were in we were understaffed. Unfortunately, no matter where you work at theft can be an issue. If you would like one of the new staff members to go you a call back they are highly ethical and willing to help you out. The indiscretion that was committed was an indivdual taking money from the company not from anything related to the consumer, nor anything involving the consumer. Thank you for distinguishing the difference between these two.