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    Tell me about Time Card Fraud

    in your workplace.

    Is it mostly management or the worker bees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinikiz
    in your workplace.

    Is it mostly management or the worker bees?
    both

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jr. Gong
    both

    I think management does it more cuz they most likely to get away wid it

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    when i worked as a jr. auditor we audited personnel and one aspect was timecards. we found that since upper management didnt have to use the timecards, recording their time was based on honesty, which leaves so much room for altering and the such.

    employees would clock each other in and out

    some employees, if really obscenely late, would rather not clock in and act like they forgot to. Doing this, they get to tell the personnel manager at the end of the week that they came in on time, but forgot to clock in

    there's more but i gotta go to a meeting. inbox me if anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essiquibo
    when i worked as jr. auditor we audited personnel and one aspect was timecards. we found that since upper management didnt have to use the timecards, recording their time was based on honesty, which leaves so much room for altering and the such.

    employees would clock each other in and out

    some employees, if really obscenely late, would rather not clock in and act like they forgot to. Doing this, they get to tell the personnel manager at the end of the week that they came in on time, but forgot to clock in

    there's more but i gotta go to a meeting. inbox me if anything


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    Quote Originally Posted by Essiquibo
    when i worked as a jr. auditor we audited personnel and one aspect was timecards. we found that since upper management didnt have to use the timecards, recording their time was based on honesty, which leaves so much room for altering and the such.

    employees would clock each other in and out

    some employees, if really obscenely late, would rather not clock in and act like they forgot to. Doing this, they get to tell the personnel manager at the end of the week that they came in on time, but forgot to clock in

    there's more but i gotta go to a meeting. inbox me if anything

    at my job we dont clock in or out. Suppose to work on a honor policy but...................

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