U.S. Employee Caught Outsourcing His Job To China

U.S. Employee Caught Outsourcing His Job To China
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In order to spend the day on eBay and Facebook, one man sent his tasks to foreign workers.

Yi Chen
  • 18 january 2013

After a security check, a U.S. firm found one of its employees outsourcing his job overseas. The person in question is a software developer in his 40s, who paid just a fifth of his six-figure salary to a company based in China to do the work for him. He reportedly spent most of his workdays procrastinating on the web on sites likes YouTube, Reddit, and eBay.

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