The definition of serious misconduct, under Fair Work Regulation 1.07, includes theft, fraud, assault, intoxication at work and the refusal to carry out lawful and reasonable instructions consistent with the employment contract. Thus, stealing from your employer or engaging in theft, may constitute a valid reason for dismissal. But what if the value of the theft is relatively small or insignificant? Should I be honest and admit to the theft if I am guilty?
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