Question: “Should I say something when I notice employees aren’t managing their time wisely? Often, they socialize with co-workers, with family, make personal phone calls or browse the Internet. I’m not a manager or a supervisor. I’m an administrative assistant to multiple departments and I often find myself doing the work of other co-workers when they should be doing it on their own. Also, should I log this sort of behavior? — Anonymous
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