Hello, Can anyone please supply a copy of a memo they have used to encourage staff to stop workplace theft. thanks
28th August 2011 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

Dear Pickens,
Please submit your memo copy for necessary modifications. You can cover various points thus bringing notice to the staff to stop desired activities which sounds unethical and unprofessional as well.
This is the best process to learn effectively without expecting silver spoon feeding.
With profound regards
28th August 2011 From India, Chennai
re your comment please see below what has been done.
also not sure as to what you wish this to be interpreted 'This is the best process to learn effectively regard expecting silver spoon feeding.' However, I find it unecessary
Due to recent inventory checks throughout the organisation, it has come to our attention that xxxx are been taken off xxxx premises for repairs, and the replaced/damaged item has not returned.
Please note, failure to return damaged spare parts or other xxxx property back to xxx office, maybe be investigated for theft. If proven, employee will be dismissed in accordance with Article 120 of UAE Labour Law.
Individual commitment to a group effort — that is what makes both our teams and xxx work.
29th August 2011 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Dear Pickens,
I had modified my sentence because there was a mistake in typing the right information.

Please make a note that, no member(experienced/senior) will be in a position to offer their support unless they understand your requirements/query precise. "workplace theft" can be interpreted in many ways.

Kindly view your own post as reader rather the originator/owner. You will come to know about the facts which i was discussing with you.

Below mentioned MEMO might do the needful for you.


With reference to the recent inventory audit report, items mentioned in ANNEXTURE were dispatched from office premises, under the custody of respective employees for undergoing relevant repairs.

As per company policy, after undergoing repairs, replaced/damaged items should be returned to the concerned department, which is not practiced by our employees.

Respective employees are hereby advised to follow company policy(s) with immediate effect. Also we request you to strictly follow PROCEDURES and PROCESS defining ORGANISATION CULTURE & STANDARDS resulting our GROWTH FACTORS. Failing to do so, necessary action will be initiated for item recovery.

We deeply regret to bring this to your knowledge "Employees proven guilty will be terminated in accordance with ARTICLE 120 - UAE LABOUR LAW"


with profound regards
29th August 2011 From India, Chennai
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