Seven TVs and nothing onAn employee of a shipping company must pay his employer nearly $35,000 for his involvement in the theft of television setsBy Jeffrey R. Smith10/08/2008|Canadian Employment Law Today Wayne Spence was a dock person for Canadian Freightways in Calgary. He usually worked the 3 a.m. to noon shift, which had little supervision. He offloaded trailers from big shipments and reloaded the freight for local delivery. Missing television setsIn October 2005, a shipment of Samsung sets was found to be short 20 units. Canadian Freightways had to pay more than $40,000 for the sets and another $8,000 for an investigation. In November 2006, 21 Hitachi sets went missing at the Calgary location, totalling more than $43,000. The company spent almost $20,000 investigating this loss. In December 2006, a shipment of generators out of the Calgary location was also found to be missing two units. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.