So to make a long story short i work part time in the evenings/weekends for an oil company managing their network - awesome gig, traveling, etc. I have not been able to get a-hold of the CEO today and i noticed the stock took a nose dive and has leveled off - now im 90% sure its just a slump but there is the slim chance that worse things could be happening. Now it would suck if they went under but its a 2nd job so when it comes down to it its not a huge deal. I'm not dead, I have my health, and i can still ride my bike so my world is still okay in my books. Now, they owe me some money - say something does happen and they go under, i have a security pass and keys to all the offices and access to the servers. Say they don't pay out the money they owe me (some of it is a paycheck, other part of it is stuff i have purchased myself that i needed quickly), I would go and take the stuff i bought myself and return it. What should i do about getting back the money they owe me in back pay - think it would be wrong to pull an Enron and take some hardware to cover my losses? Should i just classify it as a total loss and forget it?