OtherGround Forums Boss fucked up, sent sensitive info to everyone

2/15/17 4:15 PM
2/2/12
Posts: 3585
As the title states,

He sent an email from payroll that highlighted issues with people's time sheets. So everyone saw the time sheet information.

I noticed something..

The bitch who I work with who shows up 1 minute before her shift starts and leaves as soon as the last report is sent has been padding her overtime hours. We work 9.5 hours and she is putting down 10.5 hours. So an extra hour of overtime. There is evidence of when she comes and leaves so she may get another extra 15 minutes at best. One day she booked for an additional 4 hours of overtime. I was there when she got in at 3pm. There is no way she stayed until 3 am because security kicks everyone out at 1 am.

Pisses me off that someone who half asses their job and constantly brown noses is pulling this shit.

/Rant
2/15/17 4:19 PM
3/15/06
Posts: 20153

Try and give her trouble if you want, but if what she's doing is actually that blatant and she's getting away with it, then you'll be picking a fight with the bitch the boss is screwing.

2/15/17 4:23 PM
4/22/07
Posts: 51656
Maybe the boss kept her IN until 3 am
2/15/17 4:26 PM
5/9/10
Posts: 15436
Anonymous email account
Ms paint
Big red circles
Big red WTF?
Send all
???
Profit
2/15/17 4:29 PM
1/25/04
Posts: 112049
xNate - Anonymous email account
Ms paint
Big red circles
Big red WTF?
Send all
???
Profit

This

2/15/17 4:34 PM
2/2/12
Posts: 3586
Jack Carter -
xNate - Anonymous email account
Ms paint
Big red circles
Big red WTF?
Send all
???
Profit

This

Yup leaning towards this. Found some more juicy tidbits. Will update later.
2/15/17 4:38 PM
3/3/03
Posts: 30388

It's none of your business. Do not raise a fuss about some woman bilking the clock. It will not add time to your time sheet nor money to your paycheck. 

2/15/17 4:43 PM
4/24/07
Posts: 29483

Send her a message and by accident CC everyone including your boss saying that you know she didn't work those overtime hours and she should turn herself in or you may have too. 

It's not like your boss can call you an idiot for it since he did it himself. 

2/15/17 4:45 PM
12/15/16
Posts: 1316

She hot? 

2/15/17 4:48 PM
2/5/05
Posts: 38690
Cookie Monster -

It's none of your business. Do not raise a fuss about some woman bilking the clock. It will not add time to your time sheet nor money to your paycheck. 

I lean this way. If she's taking money out of your pocket that's one thing. But if she's gaming shitty management and lack of accountability then so be it. 

No one likes a whiney tattle tail and that's not the way to get ahead in life. 

2/15/17 4:49 PM
6/19/14
Posts: 187
CuddleBug -

Try and give her trouble if you want, but if what she's doing is actually that blatant and she's getting away with it, then you'll be picking a fight with the bitch the boss is screwing.

Listen to this man who clearly knows how to avoid being in the shit list.
2/15/17 4:50 PM
1/1/01
Posts: 18140
You don't know all the details.

Mind your business, if it's a problem let them handle it.
2/15/17 4:51 PM
6/3/03
Posts: 84800

In. 

2/15/17 4:51 PM
11/26/08
Posts: 3503
CuddleBug -

Try and give her trouble if you want, but if what she's doing is actually that blatant and she's getting away with it, then you'll be picking a fight with the bitch the boss is screwing.

Sage advice

2/15/17 4:58 PM
7/7/10
Posts: 14029

Be careful who you snitch out 

 

our company layed off a few people this month and instead of showing them the door with a severance they decided to give them 60days. 

 

So one of the managers didn't make the cut, and he's been trying to take everyone down with him. 

 

But he fucked up, and went after the wrong person and tried to get that guy in trouble. His attempt went no where and he found out the manager tried to get him canned with HR. 

 

That guy finds out from someone else about some shit that he was falsely calling out of work and stealing time by clocking in and going on a break to shop right after, 

 

now instead of getting a nice severance package of 30k he's terminated with nothing. 

 

 

So word to the wise, be careful trying to snitch people out because unless you are sqeeky clean shit can turn out bad. 

2/15/17 5:43 PM
11/13/08
Posts: 7178
Somebody needs to give the happiness bunny a f$cking carrot.
2/15/17 6:34 PM
5/27/09
Posts: 3207
Work is still a competition. There's usually more people who want a promotion than there are positions to give.

Find some nice passive aggressive or anonymous way to rat her out. If not, she may become your boss.
2/15/17 7:28 PM
1/1/01
Posts: 18587
You need to tread lightly................LOL, KIDDING!

SCORCHED EARTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2/15/17 7:35 PM
6/13/03
Posts: 11943
lol.

A long time ago they were changing the way they classified all the employees pay grades and were sending letters to everybody with theirs along with their pay. Well they screwed mine up according to my boss. So the HR lady called me directly and said she was sending my revised letter over and asked if I wanted to go over it.

Well she sent me a file that had a list of the entire company. I was scrolling through on the phone and was like wtf. I told her what i was looking at and she screamed at me to immediately delete it.

I shouldn't have said anything hindsight.
2/15/17 7:36 PM
1/1/01
Posts: 39766
Cookie Monster - 

It's none of your business. Do not raise a fuss about some woman bilking the clock. It will not add time to your time sheet nor money to your paycheck. 


Employees stealing from the company is eveyone's business.

2/15/17 7:47 PM
6/18/16
Posts: 3377
Crisco -
CuddleBug -

Try and give her trouble if you want, but if what she's doing is actually that blatant and she's getting away with it, then you'll be picking a fight with the bitch the boss is screwing.

Sage advice

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2/15/17 7:52 PM
1/1/01
Posts: 39769
Train Sumo - What if her family member has cancer and she's gaming the system to get exrra money.

Point is, thrre are wituations when it's not unethical to steal and you never know what's going on in someone's life.

No. It is always unethical to steal. I've been in retail for decades. We've closed locations because of theft. Then everyone loses their jobs. Your scenario is a bad example imo. Really bad. 

2/15/17 7:54 PM
1/1/01
Posts: 18589
Train Sumo - What if her family member has cancer and she's gaming the system to get exrra money.

Point is, thrre are wituations when it's not unethical to steal and you never know what's going on in someone's life.
I'm sure you would agree if your house was robbed, stuffed pawned for baby food.

It was a just robbery.
2/15/17 7:55 PM
8/5/13
Posts: 2070
Samoa -
Cookie Monster - 

It's none of your business. Do not raise a fuss about some woman bilking the clock. It will not add time to your time sheet nor money to your paycheck. 


Employees stealing from the company is eveyone's business.

As a business owner, I completely agree. I want people to take pride in their work and the company. If someone is stealing, that impacts the bottom line, which impacts everyone.

You can report your suspicions anonymously. If it's nothing, she will be fine.
2/15/17 7:58 PM
8/22/16
Posts: 354
Snitches get stitches.