Within today’s work environment the question of time theft is complicated. Certainly falsely or fraudulently reporting inaccurate information or not showing up to a work site or job is inappropriate and should be dealt with accordingly.
Time Theft in The WorkPlace
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What do you consider time theft in your workplace? Do you consider an employee who takes an extra 10 minutes for lunch on occasion to be stealing time? What about the employee who spends time responding to personal texts during working hours? Clearly understanding your definition, boundaries and response to the issue of time theft are useful steps in managing your employees.