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2021-11-30 6:52:04 PM  
Send me to the principal's office will you?  Joke's on you, he isn't here.
 
2021-11-30 6:52:07 PM  
Meanwhile executives work on multiple boards.
 
2021-11-30 6:54:21 PM  
I should get a second job I am lazy at.

I can double my income reading Fark.com!
 
2021-11-30 6:54:46 PM  
I worked with a guy for years who probably had one or two other management jobs nearby.

He would come into the office unpack his bag, take a bite out of a donut and set it by the keyboard, then vanish for several hours.   Show up to run a meeting, turn on the radio in his office, then vanish again until later in the afternoon.

His office always looked like 'Kit will be right back'.
 
2021-11-30 6:55:15 PM  
"You had ONE job..."  oh, wait
 
2021-11-30 6:56:47 PM  
Dude got away with it for 17 weeks. I can't tell if that's sad or impressive, depending on how he was caught.
 
2021-11-30 6:57:10 PM  
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2021-11-30 6:58:03 PM  
I've been working two full time jobs for years now. Unfortunately, not concurrently. One during the day, the other late into the night. Still manage to stay poor, but I am too busy/tired to worry about stuff like that
 
2021-11-30 6:59:37 PM  
That's the new style these days.  Instead of working an hour or two a day for one paycheck, people work remotely for five to six hours for three paychecks.
 
2021-11-30 7:02:19 PM  

waxbeans: Meanwhile executives work on multiple boards.


It's only unethical if you're poor.
 
2021-11-30 7:03:45 PM  
Like ELPrimitivo above, I've worked two full time jobs myself, albeit one during the day and one at night. It was rough but I've done it a couple of times to get back on my feet.

However, right now I have a brother in law who is literally working two full time jobs, remotely. They do not know about each other and he's signed at least one Non-Compete-Clause.

His dad is proud but I'm like...uh, that's just fraud. I mean, why not get a 3rd or 4th job if nobody's 'checking', right? (firm eye roll here)

If both jobs believe that they have 40 hours dedicated from this one person, they are most definitely fraudulently working them.

He's still doing it and we all had a laugh over Thanksgiving about it...
 
2021-11-30 7:04:50 PM  
Principal. Caught sayof school that has stoped Employing.
 
2021-11-30 7:05:57 PM  

Hoblit: Like ELPrimitivo above, I've worked two full time jobs myself, albeit one during the day and one at night. It was rough but I've done it a couple of times to get back on my feet.

However, right now I have a brother in law who is literally working two full time jobs, remotely. They do not know about each other and he's signed at least one Non-Compete-Clause.

His dad is proud but I'm like...uh, that's just fraud. I mean, why not get a 3rd or 4th job if nobody's 'checking', right? (firm eye roll here)

If both jobs believe that they have 40 hours dedicated from this one person, they are most definitely fraudulently working them.

He's still doing it and we all had a laugh over Thanksgiving about it...


If he is meeting all metrics at both jobs, he isn't doing anything wrong (and is probably more valuable than other lazy, do-nothings).
 
2021-11-30 7:09:21 PM  

ElPrimitivo: I've been working two full time jobs for years now. Unfortunately, not concurrently. One during the day, the other late into the night. Still manage to stay poor, but I am too busy/tired to worry about stuff like that


My mom had a main job. At nite. Then she did part time at a grocery store, as a cashier. And would also do loss prevention at the same place. And then she had a ultra part time job doing traffic control for an apartment complex for just 2 hours. (She get there early and take a quick nap. ) On the weekends we would do renovation on a used car dealership. And on other weekends we did subcontractor stuff and on other weekends we'd do landscaping.


Million dollar question why is a dude can have a whole life with a wife and kids and mistress with just one job, but, my mom was doing all that? WTF?
 
2021-11-30 7:09:21 PM  

Hoblit: Non-Compete-Clause


Must not be competition if he can do both jobs simultaneously to a satisfactory level.

He didn't sign a non-coördination clause so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
2021-11-30 7:12:43 PM  

Hoblit: Like ELPrimitivo above, I've worked two full time jobs myself, albeit one during the day and one at night. It was rough but I've done it a couple of times to get back on my feet.

However, right now I have a brother in law who is literally working two full time jobs, remotely. They do not know about each other and he's signed at least one Non-Compete-Clause.

His dad is proud but I'm like...uh, that's just fraud. I mean, why not get a 3rd or 4th job if nobody's 'checking', right? (firm eye roll here)

If both jobs believe that they have 40 hours dedicated from this one person, they are most definitely fraudulently working them.

He's still doing it and we all had a laugh over Thanksgiving about it...


More power to him.

I'd love to work Uber for a pal. But. He say's it's impossible and wrong. wrong? JFC. Life is wrong.
 
2021-11-30 7:13:31 PM  

waxbeans: ElPrimitivo: I've been working two full time jobs for years now. Unfortunately, not concurrently. One during the day, the other late into the night. Still manage to stay poor, but I am too busy/tired to worry about stuff like that

My mom had a main job. At nite. Then she did part time at a grocery store, as a cashier. And would also do loss prevention at the same place. And then she had a ultra part time job doing traffic control for an apartment complex for just 2 hours. (She get there early and take a quick nap. ) On the weekends we would do renovation on a used car dealership. And on other weekends we did subcontractor stuff and on other weekends we'd do landscaping.


Million dollar question why is a dude can have a whole life with a wife and kids and mistress with just one job, but, my mom was doing all that? WTF?


You said "we" a lot

Maybe people don't want to use their kids as free labor
 
2021-11-30 7:14:21 PM  
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2021-11-30 7:16:20 PM  

ElPrimitivo: I've been working two full time jobs for years now. Unfortunately, not concurrently. One during the day, the other late into the night. Still manage to stay poor, but I am too busy/tired to worry about stuff like that


Of course. We have an entire system in place to make sure you never rise above your lot.

Now get back to work while your betters enjoy high quality caviar on the golf course with your tax dollars
 
2021-11-30 7:23:09 PM  
I've known lots of people that get paid and don't do sh*t.  This is not a lot different.
 
2021-11-30 7:25:10 PM  
You gold bricking sonuvabiatch! You absolute legend!
 
2021-11-30 7:26:49 PM  
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Principal Lewis?
 
2021-11-30 7:28:33 PM  
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How can I tell he's not Jamaican?
 
2021-11-30 7:32:04 PM  
DC Assistant Principal works two full-time jobs - concurrently

Update: DC Assistant Principal fired from two full-time jobs - concurrently
 
2021-11-30 7:32:11 PM  
happens a lot these days
 
2021-11-30 7:32:30 PM  
Marvel Principal seen shaking head.
 
2021-11-30 7:33:07 PM  
Cut cost and have remote principals from India manage our schools.
 
2021-11-30 7:33:10 PM  

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How can I tell he's not Jamaican?


TREE JAHBS???
 
2021-11-30 7:34:03 PM  
Possible because a whole hell of a lot of jobs (mine included) require four hours max. The rest is just so you know you're owned.
 
2021-11-30 7:36:03 PM  
Anyone else assume the non-principal job involved porn, possibly even in a way that also involved his being principal?

"You have to put your mouth closer to the 'microphone' to make morning announcements. Try tapping or licking it a few times to see if it's on."
 
2021-11-30 7:37:44 PM  
"Michael Redmond II simultaneously worked full-time as a principal in Southeast D.C. and in Providence, Rhode Island, a D.C. violation notice says"

Sounds pretty serious.

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2021-11-30 7:47:21 PM  

Billy Liar: I've known lots of people that get paid and don't do sh*t.  This is not a lot different.


Yup. When I was in grad school I had a tech support job which took up maybe half an hour of my time every day, unless someone needed a modem hooked up, or some other problem appeared. The rest of the time I worked on my dissertation.

Years earlier, when I was temping, I met a guy who had a second job at night printing reports. They expected him to print one after another, manually. The first night, he wrote a script to print them in a batch, and spent the rest of his shifts sleeping.
 
2021-11-30 8:05:04 PM  
What's the problem if he was doing his job(s)?
 
2021-11-30 8:06:00 PM  

Snort: I should get a second job I am lazy at.

I can double my income reading Fark.com!


I'm thinking about it
 
2021-11-30 8:07:09 PM  

Hoblit: Like ELPrimitivo above, I've worked two full time jobs myself, albeit one during the day and one at night. It was rough but I've done it a couple of times to get back on my feet.

However, right now I have a brother in law who is literally working two full time jobs, remotely. They do not know about each other and he's signed at least one Non-Compete-Clause.

His dad is proud but I'm like...uh, that's just fraud. I mean, why not get a 3rd or 4th job if nobody's 'checking', right? (firm eye roll here)

If both jobs believe that they have 40 hours dedicated from this one person, they are most definitely fraudulently working them.

He's still doing it and we all had a laugh over Thanksgiving about it...


It's not fraud anymore. Th
 
2021-11-30 8:08:10 PM  
They passed laws which allow you to do it. Republican irony.
 
2021-11-30 8:09:37 PM  

Fear the Clam: Billy Liar: I've known lots of people that get paid and don't do sh*t.  This is not a lot different.

Yup. When I was in grad school I had a tech support job which took up maybe half an hour of my time every day, unless someone needed a modem hooked up, or some other problem appeared. The rest of the time I worked on my dissertation.

Years earlier, when I was temping, I met a guy who had a second job at night printing reports. They expected him to print one after another, manually. The first night, he wrote a script to print them in a batch, and spent the rest of his shifts sleeping.


I had a job where there was not enough work for a full week but often had rush jobs that needed to be done fast so they did not want to shorten our weeks. I spent a lot of time reading fiction or teaching myself new computer skills.
 
2021-11-30 8:14:23 PM  
The local principal got his principal pay while supervising the construction of the new gym which was also a full time jerb that the construction company paid him $100k to do.  Nothing wrong with that. No sir.
 
2021-11-30 8:45:14 PM  
Is he the good cop vice principal or the bad cop vice principal? Because the good cop vice principal role is... Pretty superfluous remotely. Scheduling, pretty much.
 
2021-11-30 8:46:35 PM  
Principals principles.
 
2021-11-30 8:48:29 PM  

quo vadimus: Possible because a whole hell of a lot of jobs (mine included) require four hours max. The rest is just so you know you're owned.


I'm at around 20 minutes of real work most days, and about 4 hours of pointless overhead that wouldn't exist if other people would actually do their 20 minutes of real work.
 
2021-11-30 9:05:42 PM  

Hoblit: Like ELPrimitivo above, I've worked two full time jobs myself, albeit one during the day and one at night. It was rough but I've done it a couple of times to get back on my feet.

However, right now I have a brother in law who is literally working two full time jobs, remotely. They do not know about each other and he's signed at least one Non-Compete-Clause.

His dad is proud but I'm like...uh, that's just fraud. I mean, why not get a 3rd or 4th job if nobody's 'checking', right? (firm eye roll here)

If both jobs believe that they have 40 hours dedicated from this one person, they are most definitely fraudulently working them.

He's still doing it and we all had a laugh over Thanksgiving about it...


Flip side:

If you're going to hire me for 40 hours a week and give me 20 hours worth of work, why *shouldn't* I get a second such job?
 
2021-11-30 9:56:51 PM  

Candygram for Mongo: Principal Pricipal. Caught sayof school that has stoped Employing.


FTFY
 
2021-11-30 11:34:20 PM  
I recall a story (too lazy to find it right now)  about a programmer that outsourced his own job.  He got hired, worked remotely, then hired some Indian firm to do his job for like half the price and pocketed the difference. Kept it up for a while if I remember right.
 
2021-12-01 6:50:33 AM  

MythDragon: I recall a story (too lazy to find it right now)  about a programmer that outsourced his own job.  He got hired, worked remotely, then hired some Indian firm to do his job for like half the price and pocketed the difference. Kept it up for a while if I remember right.


A friend of mine did that WAYYY back in the day with Lotus Notes.  Made bank.
 
2021-12-01 9:09:24 AM  
Supposedly, he also had a 3 week stint at a school in Tennessee during this time as well, heard it on the radio this morning.
 
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