A shocking incident at a Lowe’s store in Georgia saw a brave 68-year-old employee, Donna Hansbrough, fired for intervening in a theft. Hansbrough was dismissed for violating the company’s non-intervention policy when she tried to prevent the theft of over $2,000 worth of merchandise. This decision sparked public outrage, leading Lowe’s to reinstate her nearly a month later. However, this raises questions about the company’s initial lack of support. In the theft, Hansbrough was physically assaulted, with one of the three thieves still at large and involved in another incident. Such incidents underline the need for proper support and protection for employees in the retail industry.
Lowe’s Employee Fired for Stopping Theft, Sparks Outrage
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