There's an article in today's Regina Leader-Post that reports on an 18-year-old cashier who has been found guilty of fraud for giving customers a break at the till of a local Wal-Mart. In other words the young worker stole from his employer. (see: Cashier to pay Wal-Mart back)
The employee will spend the next two years paying back $2,500 to the biggest company on the planet.
Meanwhile, a couple of years ago an employer (Poverino's Restaurant) was found guilty of stealing over $62,000 from approximately 130 young workers, and the owners are getting off scott-free. (see: Wage Theft in Saskatchewan)
And the Brad Wall government is doing nothing about it. Talk about a double standard.