devout blog followers(well, Leo), here is some slightly less vague waffle.
Let's suppose there's a person, A, who runs a business and employs persons, B and C, who've worked there for something like four months and two years, respectively.
Now one day when A is adding up the amount of money made, they discover that it doesn't tally and there appears to be some money missing. What does A do? Do they:
- Talk to B and C and try and work out what happened in a calm, rationale manner, figuring that there are a number of ways said money could be missing, or appear to be missing?
- Naturally assume that B or C, or possibly B and C acting together, stole the missing money, act very strangely for a few days, then, whilst drunk, try and arrange a staff meeting (and at the same time ask curious onlookers, namely me, how to spell
the jig is up), at the staff meeting (nearly a week after the incident) accuse B and C of theft, then fire B and put C on 'hold'?
Answers on a postcard to the usual address.