Do AI ChatBots Make it Easier for Employees to Secretly Hold Multiple Jobs?

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Outsourcing and improved technology have long been used by employers to cut costs and boost productivity. But employers have also gotten into the act in recent years, albeit often without the consent or even knowledge of their employers.

Moonlighting on the Sly

For example, in 2013 a U.S. software developer in his 40s was terminated after his employer discovered the developer had been paying a Chinese consulting firm roughly 20 percent of his salary to do his work for him. It was suspected he had a similar arrangement going with multiple other local businesses as well.

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