GENERAL FOREMAN TERMINATED AFTER CLAIMING PAY FOR HOURS NOT WORKED
A General Foreman based in Washington, D.C., was terminated from the company on March 12, 2022. Our investigation found that from July 14, 2021, to January 12, 2022, the former employee violated company policies by falsely claiming and accepting payment for hours he did not work while attending an in-person class and virtual classes. In addition, we found that the former employee also misused his company-owned computer to attend classes, access school websites, conduct research, and access non-work-related websites, such as YouTube, NFL Game Access, Facebook, and various other shopping sites during company time, thereby failing to attend to his work duties and responsibilities. We interviewed the employee who admitted to using his company-owned computer to attend virtual classes and to attending one class in-person during his shift. The former employee is not eligible for rehire.