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I suspect one of the woman in our office is breaking furniture

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I suspect one of the woman in our office is breaking furniture on purpose. Someone pulled all the screws out of a work station so it fell apart. It was fixed and the same thing happened the next day. Both times coworkers were lucky they weren't hurt. I suspect I know who it is, but I have no proof. (She does this when she's alone in the office.). How can we stop her before someone gets hurt?
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Unfortunately, since you only have suspicions of your co-worker's activities, and lack evidence to support them, you are not in a position where you can force your employer to take any action at all against the employee.

If you or another co-worker actually observed the employee dismantling furniture, I'm sure your employer would be willing and interested in taking action, as it is probably even more concerned about workplace injuries than you are, but I'm afraid that the employer would likely be considered to be on a 'witch hunt' if it accused an employee of this based on your suspicion alone.

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