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I approve timesheets where I work and I noticed that one colleague has been putting down the incorrect time.  I have a suspicion that she has done this multiple times but know for sure she did yesterday.  It really bothers me.  Would you say something to her if you were in my shoes?  I have a feeling she thinks it is not a big deal.



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      Linda L wrote May 20, 2014
    • Are you referring to that she comes in late and writes down the time she should start work? Since you‘re in charge of time sheets I think you should talk to her in private about it. Make sure you talk to her in a positive way the importance of writing the correct time. Sometimes people don’t think things are a big deal unless the issue is brought up. If it continues then perhaps you need to mention it to the big boss. I hope this doesn’t happen.




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      Anonymous wrote May 21, 2014
    • Thanks Linda.  I left her a note regarding the incident and she said she would fix the time.  That particular day, she came in a little late, took a long lunch and then left early that day.  She says she only took an hour lunch but it was really an hour and a half.

      Hopefully this won’t happen again.  At least now she knows I’m watching her.  And I sit right next to her too.




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      Msowens wrote May 22, 2014
    • I would diffenently say something to her. It is your job to notice inaccurate times on time sheets. Should it happen that she was stealing time, and you employers found out you knew she has done it previously you may be out of a job.  

      Talk to her and find out what’s going on!!!




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      Tuliplady wrote May 25, 2014
    • Yeah, I’d definitely say something to her.  And if it continues, you have to say something to the boss.  Not writing down the right time IS stealing from the company.  It also makes co-workers very angry if they know it’s going on, which in turn affects morale.  You can’t let it continue.




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