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I am a Private caregiver working on an estate looking after an elderly woman. I worked with about 5 or 6 other people. So what happened was that on Monday 5th we were all informed verbally that someone had stolen some jewelery and other items for the main house. I suspected 2 of my other co-workers even my boss through the agency knows it was them or at lease suspects it, we all work with the same agency. I have worked there for over 3 years now. Regarding the items that went missing - We were informed about it on Monday the 5th and than on Wednesday 6th i received a letter in the mail stating that the items had to be returned, no questions asked within 5 days or the police would be informed (heard about that on monday actually)...On Wednesday 7th they said that the police had been informed and an investigation would be underway. I was like ... "OK, i really hope they sought this and find out who did it" because the couple we had been working for are the sweetest people. Than TODAY Thursday 8th, we were informed that SOME of the items had been returned and we were all fired. FIRED! .. i had NOTHING to do with the items that went missing. I saw them before but the fact that they were missing was a surprise to me, i had no idea. I actually suspect the accountant of hiding something. She for the last couple of months had been hovering around and nit-picking everything, from the expense of the laundry detergent to the fact that the door had to be fixed and the expense of it. The couple i work for are very wealthy elderly who have no CLOSE relatives. There was an open account for groceries and an open account for housing fixtures etc. So it had never been a problem before, so why was it a problem now? She had been EAGERLY trying to get us dismissed also. I seriously suspect that she had been taking the money from the elderly couple. Anyway back to me...I have no problem getting a job. All of my past employers have given me great references and i have a great background in nursing. What i am protesting is the fact that on my record/background its going to have that i was fired for STEALING! I did no steal Anything. I am not like that, i don't steal from other ESPECIALLY my employers or from the elderly couple that we work for. Its wrong, i can't explain it but its how i am. i just WOULD NOT do anything like that. I am consulting a lawyer now because of Wrongful Dismissal. There was no evidence of St. Paul having anything to do with it and there was no reasonable or actually any explanation. We were just told we were all fired. I have 4 kids and a bills to take care of. I can't have this "FIRED" thing on my background, even when i didn't do it. So the big question, Do i have a case?
Chill.. The employer used the California at will employment policy = firing anyone, for any reason, at any time. This same law allows you to quit a job without notice. An employment contract voids the at will policy. As long as they don't tell anyone that you were fired for stealing, they aren't doing anything wrong. If they tell anyone you were fired for stealing without proof (admission of guilt, conviction, surveliance video, etc), then you have a case. Instead of worrying about whether you have an "involuntary termination" on your background, call the other great reference you have and see if they know of any other opportunities for you.
The good news is that you are consulting a lawyer for your legal rights. The lawyer can explain if you have a case or not. Most likely even though they were not going inform the police, they realized that with the amount missing could put them in some legal problems by failing to get them involved. Also, since all of the items were not returned and they could not prove who actually did steal these items, they most likely thought it best to get rid of all of you to avoid any further theft in the future. You have good past references and I suggest in any new job, you do not discuss the case and keep mum if possible. good luck