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An employee was employed as a laborer by a firm that maintained the lawns and gardens of homeowners residing in affluent suburbs. The employee resented his employer. He felt his work was extremely difficult even for a man as talented as he. He was especially bitter that his employer paid only the minimum wage without a health plan or any other perquisites. The employee found this to be insufficient compensation when he had to endure a daily commute and support a family. He also believed that the employer operated at a high profit margin. They required their clients to sign yearly contracts, but did not provide any services in the winter months.
One day, the employee decided he would make sure that he received his due share. Instead of reporting to work that day, the employee knocked on the doors of the employer’ clients and explained that, as an added convenience, they could pay him in cash instead of mailing a check to the employers. The company found out about the employee’s activities after failing to receive $22,000 worth of checks from their customers.
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