Pilfer: v. to willfully and forcibly steal more than once in small quantities and/or frequently willfully and forcibly stealing subsets of little value
Do you frequently steal a little money from the cash register or take paper clips, pens, towels, soap, paper towels, and small office supplies from your place of work or hotels? Then you can be considered a pilferer who steals items of little value but do so rather frequently.
Pilfering is an added expense for a business and it has to make up for the loss in greater business costs. Pilfering can be habit forming and can lead to the stealing of items of more value which can affect your reputation or even get you fired from a job.
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