The General of Retired Army and Ms. Doe operated their own security agency in Metro Manila for more than a year with a staff of 700 on-site, serving about 50 security customers. The old spouses were well able to live an opulent life before they met a doom they would never have expected.
The HRD manager interviewed SG John Doe, an applicant who is approximately thirty years old, 5’7 heights, clean and well constructed, one morning in his agency office on Tuesday. The interview includes submission of the necessary papers, including clearances PNP, NBI and other pre-employment requirements, drug and neuropsychiatric testing, licensings and training certificates. He was found to be qualified, both in order and in complete check of his documents; he was eventually hired as a security guard and temporarily deployed on an ongoing site.
SG Doe has had a 12-hour duty tour that started at 18:00, and his guard night has usually passed without a problem, as far as his duty is concerned. The next morning at 6 a.m. he was alleged to be released, but unfortunately he could not report his work for an unknown reason by the next guard who had to relieve him. The security officer could not search for a replacement since it was an emergency failure. In addition, SG Doe was asked for a further 8 hours to extend the tour of his duty, which he did not contest.
Its extension of duty was continued smoothly, as in case he had enjoyed his new job, until 1:00 p.m., when he received a text message from the sender unknown, informing him that their son was caught by sex with a male. He asked the man in charge of his emergency replacement immediately for an emergency replacement, but the former failed to provide his reliever. And so he had to stay with a great heart.
SG Doe was apparently troubled by the info he received via text and at about 3 pm, he grabbed his 12.gauge gun at once and ran for another post and shot dead his co-keeper, who was in office at the office entrance, without any provocation. He rushed to the reception area and then killed the lonely visitor sitting near the reception table. As if he was not happy, he again ran to the building area, where workers were hiding for cover, but one was hit by a new bullet and laid dead. Ironically, when SG Doe came in, he did not resist arrest and volunteered to turn over his firearm to go to arrest officers in a calm manner.
The event was part of the headlines of newspapers for the next couple of days – news from Radio/TV and the other tabloids. “When I did it, I wasn’t in my usual mind. At that moment I was probably completely deluded because I was in duty without eating for 3 consecutive days “He claimed, therefore. Media and news interviews immediately attracted the interest of all current security customers, and these customers gradually ended their contracts with the agency and were no longer looking for new security operators. The security agency was forced to agree with the parties concerned. For the lives of the three innocent victims, it paid almost one million. The subject matter of the local authorities investigated and, worse, because of the termination of the contracts by the customers, the agency suddenly was sent into complete bankruptcy. The security guards retired from their initial deployment
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In this particular story, what is the moral lesson?
1. Never employ irresponsible safety He or she is responsible for those who cannot act in the case of an emergency.
2. Double check the applicant’s mental record and, where necessary, personal check where clearances are obtained from the Neuropsychiatries and Drug Testing Centre.
3. Check new applicants’ background and evaluate their previous records of employment.
4. Don’t say a lie to the media to SG John Doe.
5. Don’t give the wife a chance to catch your child
6. Next time to the agency, luck far better.