By Anonymous - 4/6/2018 20:30
Today, like most days, I spent my lunch break with a sandwich in one hand while typing with the other, trying to keep up with my work load, while my coworker took a nap. We're supposed to be doing the same job, but he refuses to learn most of the software. The boss is fine with this. FML
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By  RichardPencil  |  28

It won’t be like that for long. The lazy guy will probably be promoted to management at double the salary. You’ll have to put your sandwich on a tripod, do you can type with both hands to keep up with the extra work.

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By  RichardPencil  |  28

It won’t be like that for long. The lazy guy will probably be promoted to management at double the salary. You’ll have to put your sandwich on a tripod, do you can type with both hands to keep up with the extra work.

By  iamnuff  |  11

Take your break properly, when you fall behind, mention that your co-worker sleeps at work instead of doing his job.

Don't just do his share too, while ever you cover for him, he doesn't suffer the consequences of his actions.

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  Rabite  |  28

That's not how this works. If she starts to "work" like him she will be the only one to suffer any consequences. It's not an "equal work, equal pay" situation. It's an "you have to work twice as hard" situation.

By  chosha_fml  |  25

Tell your boss you need to take leave in a couple of months and that it’s imperative your coworker get to know the software so the work can get done while you’re away.

By  Lillysar91  |  20

He won’t learn the software? Takes naps? Falling behind on work while you try to catch up? What’s his purpose exactly and what is he being paid to do? Nap?! Either you keep putting up with this shit and cover up for him and his lazy ass or you stop and when your boss points that out tell him you’re not paid to do the load of two people.