Most Unusual Things Employees Were Caught Doing When They Should Have Been Working

Most Unusual Things Employees Were Caught Doing When They Should Have Been Working Most Unusual Things Employees Were Caught Doing When They Should Have Been Working

Productivity can be a big problem in many types of businesses. Employers recently shared some real-life examples with the staffing company CareerBuilders of some of the more unusual things they've seen employees doing when they should have been busy working.

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Dating Game Dating Game

A married employee was looking at a dating web site and then denied it while it was still up on his computer screen.

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Tiny Bubbles Tiny Bubbles

Employee was blowing bubbles in sub-zero weather to see if the bubbles would freeze and break.

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A Major Flap A Major Flap

Employee was caring for her pet bird that she smuggled into work.

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Nair Do Well Nair Do Well

Employee was shaving her legs in the women's restroom.

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This End Up This End Up

Employee was laying under boxes to scare people.

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Cage Match Cage Match

Employees were having a wrestling match.

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Sleep Pray Love Sleep Pray Love

Employee was sleeping, but claimed he was praying.

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Oversharing Oversharing

Employee was taking selfies in the bathroom.

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Ready to Wear Ready to Wear

Employee was changing clothes in a cubicle.

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Print on Demand Print on Demand

Employee was printing a book from the Internet.

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Footloose Footloose

Employee was warming her bare feet under the bathroom hand dryer.

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Productivity can be a big problem in many types of businesses. Employers recently shared some real-life examples with the staffing company CareerBuilders of some of the more unusual things they've seen employees doing when they should have been busy working.

 

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