A suburban Atlanta car dealer has confessed to fatally shooting his two sole employees because they asked for raises.
Rolandas Milinavicius opened RM Auto International in East Point two years ago to export American cars to his native Lithuania. Fed up with his employees’ frequent demands for more money, Milinavicius, who was struggling financially, said he snapped on the morning of July 31 when they approached him for a raise. He shot them each once in the head and turned himself in two days later.
Final tip: Although this tragic incident involved the boss, many other cases involve employees or former employees. Encourage employees to be on the lookout for signs of burnout and stress among fellow workers, and remind workers to ask for help when they’re feeling overwhelmed on the job.