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Iím an electrician who works for a company that is always being contracted to do different jobs. Whenever we get a contract, a team of us is sent in to get the job done. We work with a lot of tools, equipment, and other supplies that are worth a lot of money, and Iíve seen an awful lot of theft among my team. Usually itís little stuff, and over the years, as terrible as it seems, Iíve come to see that itís a part of the industry. I just look the other way and choose not to participate. However, recently, Iíve noticed that my foreman has been pinching copper wire from the sites. Not just little scraps, but big heavy spools that he has to lug to his truck. This is worth hundreds of dollars a pop. He must have collected thousands over the last few months. I know that the foreman is related to my boss and is really close friends with the head of the company. I feel really sick thinking that our clients are losing so much money when they work with us. What should I do? Turn my head again? That feels really wrong.  
   
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