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We have an employee that has had 2 written warnings in the past. And although he is not currently doing anything wrong. We employ him as a sales person and he is no longer selling. I beleive he is simply sitting and not even speaking to customers and getting paid for the privalage. Where do we stand legally with letting him go?
Almost 9 years. Because we sell hot tubs we only have need for 1 sales person at our showroom. No other employee works at this site. We send staff from head office and our main showroom to cover if he is on holiday.
One almost 2 years ago for not turning up to work on time and going home early, stealing around 6 weeks of time that we paid him for in total. We still feel he is still doing this a little but it's impossible to prove without putting up a camera (he admitted it to us the 1st time). The latest one was last year for also stealing off the company but this time he was buying and selling our products personally and using our site to retail them. Instead of putting them through the company.
Thank you for your detailed response. It's as we thought, but just wanted to know where we stood.