Plagiarism, Misconduct or Fraud?
This is a discussion on Plagiarism, Misconduct or Fraud? within the Miscellaneous Topics forum, part of the OTHER LEGAL ISSUES category; My question is if someone clocks or signs you out at work would it be considered plagiarism or more misconduct ...
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|Nov 29th, 2010, 09:36 AM||#2|
Re: Plagiarism, Misconduct or Fraud?
No, but it could be construed as deceptive or malicious.
It certainly isn't plagiarism. Look that word up for clarification.
It could be considered misconduct if the person actually being clocked out was not aware of it. If the person being clocked out is aware of it, then both employees are guilty of misconduct.
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