This is a no brainer. The obvious answer is to report them to a manager or loss prevention or asset protection. You wouldn't want to be caught on camera candidly watching a co-worker stealing and not have said anything about it. In this economy is your job worth some scum bag stealing a candy bar? I think not.
Stealing is stealing. I would have to handle the employee accordingly and discuss their termination. I pay the employee so they can afford a camera let alone a pack of gum so they should respect my trust in them as their employer. (He went along with it and said, "Yes trust is important, how do I know I can leave my wallet around them knowing they'll steal from the store.. which I agreed with whole-heartedly)
I will like to warning. but if he do that again i will like to fire him
an answer I would like to see as a hiring manager in retail would express varied interests. in MY interview I'd probably say something along the lines of"it depends on the genre. If I were to choose say drama or scifi..The new Planet of the Apes movies are in my top 5. I'm really impressed that the updates to the film managed to stay true to the franchise yet provide enough "new flash" to appeal to a whole new crowd of movie goers." I would liken it to seeing the advantages of an updated version of a product. even if the updates are small things, the details matter. whether it be sleeker lines or added features (Or like a film that's now on Blu-Ray..I mean have you seen nightmare before christmas on Blu-ray?! I have both versions lol)
The most difficult question I received was "would I be ok if I started off being scheduled with only a few hours". I didn't really know how to answer since I really wanted as many hours as possible and wasn't ok with it.