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Have you ever cheated at work?

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Last Updated: 09/30/2018 at 10:38am
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Top Rated Answers
usefulStar85
March 11th, 2015 2:54am
no cheating never helps anyone. If you cheat than you'll never learn if you fail. I study hard :) thx
Anonymous
April 27th, 2015 4:18pm
Odd question. Define cheated. Stolen? Had a "friend with benefits?" Taken off an hour early without people knowing it? Regardless, it's no on all fronts with me. Live your life with honesty and integrity. It works out better that way. Lies and greed always seem to get people in the end.
Anonymous
May 26th, 2015 10:48am
Yes, or not work but school. I know its wrong but i couldent help it, i wanted to get good grades and i did but i dident feel good.
Peacefulmeditation
August 21st, 2015 9:40pm
Typically its not a good habit to cheat at work, however, coming up with short cuts that are ethical are okay.
Greatlistener87
November 6th, 2015 8:15am
No I have not. I always treat the people at work how I would like to be treated. I believe in Karma what goes around comes around.
Anonymous
November 24th, 2015 10:14am
No I'm usually too scared I would be caught and lose my job I know people who have and have lost there jobs
avamadueno22
March 13th, 2017 8:13pm
I have not, I am passionate about my work. I am a photographer and there is no way I would cheat the system or in my job, If you have to result into cheating in your job because you don't like it, you don't need to have that job and find something you're passionate about.
SupportiveSockMonkey
April 24th, 2018 5:01pm
No I personally haven't, but some people might if they are struggling or feel it is okay to cheat. It is advised against it in case it has repercussions.
DennyColifornias
August 15th, 2018 2:25pm
No, basically I try to do my job on conscience. Well done work is always well paid. All I can say
Anonymous
September 30th, 2018 10:38am
It all depends on what you mean by 'cheating.' If you mean, getting someone else to do your work for you and then taking the credit, then no because that absolutely is not right. Not only will you put yourself in a position where your managers will think that you are capable enough of doing a certain work level that you most likely are not, but you will also not be aware of the content of the work that was submitted. This puts you in an extremely difficult position, especially when you need help with something and there simply isn't any because.. why would you need it? You're clearly capable of doing x ammount of work, or completing x type of work, so why would you need a day off? You may also be endangering someone else's life - again, depending on the situation. You can also be fired and sued for this, depending on what kind of work you do, and the situation that occurred in the first place. Also - if your work colleague gets sick of you getting them to do your work for you, they may purposefully sabotage the work submitted to try and get you fired. This is a high possibility, and it does happen in many workplaces, so if in doubt - don't do it.