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By Anonymous / Tuesday 26 April 2016 05:04 / United States - Kenosha
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Using work resources to do something non-work related. The company is then paying you to do other stuff which may make them liable from other colleagues who don't get the same privilege

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Well, technically, they can still fire OP, except in that case they won't have a good reason. I know lots of people who were fired because a new manager, i.e., didn't like their face, no matter how hard they worked.

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