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What Percentage of People Do You Think Have Taken $10 of Stuff from Their Employer? Why? (VIDEO)

What Percentage of People Do You Think Have Taken $10 of Stuff from Their Employer? Why? (VIDEO)

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This is a fabulous and revealing question that hangs many people. What percentage would you think?

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2 thoughts on “What Percentage of People Do You Think Have Taken $10 of Stuff from Their Employer? Why? (VIDEO)

  1. We wait until a large cleanup happens and then dumpster dive for bits and pieces we need and yet never get as contractors. Think external keyboards and whiteboards that are thrown away although they still in the box.

  2. We wait until a large cleanup happens and then dumpster dive for bits and pieces we need and yet never get as contractors. Think external keyboards and whiteboards that are thrown away although they still in the box.

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