Firing an Employee in Costa Rica is a Pain in the Ass

I had a friend of mine tell me this story. They owned a property management company in Guanacaste. In their office was a safe where a bit of cash was kept. And on that safe was a hidden camera.

One day he went to the safe only to find that when a count was done on the money it was missing close to $5000. After reviewing the video surveillance it was seen that an employee had gone into the safe and stolen the money.

Knowing how big a pain in the ass letting someone go is in Costa Rica, he went to his lawyer and asked what the process was for getting rid of this employee.

He had to go through at

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