In Reply to Parent Post by joshua_sx1
…actually, this is one of the best approach when you are in that situation… keep records of the “truths” and let your boss signed the fabricated one…
…and at the end of the month, receive your salary…
Sorry! I can't agree. Each of us has a "duty" to determine if the "fabricated" report will affect life, health, safety.
There is also nothing to prevent an unscrupulous boss from affixing your name to the fabricated report.
Keeping separate records is a criminal offense in some situations.
When the situation seems completely wrong to the worker, I ALWAYS advise seeking the advice of legal counsel BEFORE doing anything which might be considered a criminal act. Obviously, many folks are not aware of the illegality of squirreling away company data, which, in many situations, could be considered theft of trade secrets. This is true ESPECIALLY if you take the records off the company premises. Leaving them on the premises also means the company can discover them and fire or even prosecute the worker. This can be very risky for the worker if his original perception of the wrong doing was in error or cannot be proven once the company "doctors" the confiscated records.
We have covered the issue of ethics extensively in this thread:
Ethics - Moral law vs. Criminal law