Question: “What should I do about a co-worker who takes advantage of a boss-less office? My boss's main office is in Massachusetts, but she also manages my two-person office in New York remotely. This requires a large amount of trust from my boss. My co-worker, however, walks into the office late, but leaves on time every single day. Plus, she stops working 10 to 15 minutes early to use the restroom, shut down her computer and pack up. Further, she constantly makes personal calls on the office phone, which we share! I know that if my boss were here, my co-worker would not be conducting herself in this manner. How do I bring this to the attention of my boss without appearing like a troublemaker?” —Jamie
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