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restriction of output, rate-setting, goldbricking) as well as fighting the unfair features of controls (ranging from job designs, to production budgets, to quality control).
Moreover, studies have shown that employees who engage in workplace abuse (excessive absenteeism, goldbricking, pilfering, for example) are at a higher risk to commit fraud.
They were told to cheer up, to stop being lazy, or to stop goldbricking. For example, one survey respondent wrote: