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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
My job involves providing support to the finance function of the business (the finance dept is located in another country). We are a small office working for a very large multinational company.I report to the local offices Sales Manager.For some time the sales manager has not been putting cash sales through the books.Using the money instead to purchase gifts (bottles of wine etc) for clients.The practice of giving gifts is totally against company policy.Recently I have let him know that I don't approve of this and that all income should be put through the books.I feel I have left myself open to reprisal or even constructive dismissal.I like my job, but his behaviour is making me feel very uncomfortable.  


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