We all sneak the occasional visit to Instagram, Facebook or YouTube on company time
But what if that's ALL you did
Sounds like that happened - and the person just got caught
From the LA Times:
The employee’s internet activity showed he accessed at least 2,256 YouTube videos over the course of 10 months in 2017 and 2018. The report states that “on one particularly egregious day” the administrator accessed 55 videos during working hours.
“When we shared the administrator’s internet activity with his supervisor, she agreed that the evidence confirmed the poor work output she witnessed from the administrator,” the report states. “Further, she stated that she could not remember a week when he had worked the expected 40 hours.”
The employee retired before the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation could take disciplinary action against him, according to the audit. The agency does not believe he was aware of the investigation when he decided to retire.