I would say no.
Report to supervisor.
I would say no and explain to them that stealing is wrong and then proceed to report this act to my supervisor.
If a coworker asked me to help them steal I would flat out refuse and tell them why. (Unethical, unloyal, dishonest, and illegal.) Then I would alert a higher up that she threatened to do so. Maybe they could help her with counceling.
I would try to convince him not to steal and if I can't I would tell my manager.
Let them know that I was not with that. And only could they be got and fired. But could also service jail time.
Say no i dont steal and report the person to the superviser at once.
I would refuse and report the incident immediately to my supervisor.
I would let a manager know immediatley and try to avoid contact with the other employee.
I would say no and tell my supervisor.
I would tell them no and ask why then report them to a higher up.
Tell the supervisor immediately.
If a co-worker asked me to help he/she steal I would straight up tell them no because for 1 Im not taking no chances in the first place of putting my job at risk and secondly because it would make me a theif and a lier and that is one thing I am not.
I would immediately say no. Tell them I value my job too much to risk it doing something so wrong and unethical. Afterwards I would privately talk to a manager about the incident.
If a coworker asked me to steal I will quickly respond no because Im not about to put my job at risk and plus Im not a theif then I'll go on to explain to them the consequences about stealing.
Report that the superviser or my manager.
I will tell my manager immediately.
I would tell him or her no.
I would say no and report it.
I would never ask a coworker that question because I never steal.
I would tell him no, and report it to my manager.
I would tell that person no.
I would say no because i don't want lose my job and like working here.
Simply explain to them that I would rather not get involved in that type of activity, and would like it if they didn't, but if they must they are going to have to go at it alone. Because it's not a good look, and it's just the wrong thing to do period.
I would tell them that I don't steal and report it to management.
I would say no its wrong. i dont want to get fire for steling something not worth it. then i would tell my supervisor because i dont want to get in trouble if things get out of hand.
Report it to the My supervisor.
Tell them definately not, then go tell the manager.
I ll help them but i should be free at that time.
I would tell my manager and convince my co-worker not to steal it will look bad in his back ground.
I would tell them no and also why they shouldn't do it either.
I would let them no im not a stealer and what their doing isnt apporipiete and if they still refuse it and wanting to steal i would go to my supiviser.
I would simply say no and if I catch them stealing, I'd immediately tell my supervisor.
I would tell them no and explain to them that it is wrong and alert my manger immediately.
I would report to the department manager.
I would immediately tell them no - I don't steal and I value my job too much. Then, I would find a member of management and tell them what the other employee had said.
I would turn them in.
I would tell them no, and that stealing is not right.
I would tell the co worker no! and the that hurts the corporation to loose money. then i will quickly tell the manager or supervisor
I would tell them no that I am not a thief.
I would refuse and tell my supervisor.