"Working" multiple full-time jobs

Salesforce tyattwbadg
Feb 7 7 Comments

Do you know of anyone who got hired with a full-time "I need to wfh full-time"? And they tend to suck at everything, and never accomplish anything?

How many companies do you think they're doing this at concurrently? Draw paychecks from multiple companies at the same time. Suck at all of them. But just barely enough to hang on for a while and collect those dual paychecks?

In a similar vein, why announce you're changing companies? Just announce a long term vacation, then fabricate a family emergency at the end of it, then don't show up to work. See how long you can be on the payroll at the old company and the new company at the same time.

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TOP 7 Comments
  • Microsoft / Consultant nobody8936
    You will ruin your career. The next employer will know when they do background check on you.
    Feb 7 3
    • Uber / Design bromance
      No they won't, there's no way for them to uncover this in standard background check
      Feb 7
    • Microsoft / Consultant nobody8936
      Not just pure background only, some employers check past income through ADP or third-parties.
      Feb 7
    • Microsoft / Consultant nobody8936
      Just be careful. Last time when I applied for a loan. When I used the automated income verification process, i was shocked that it pulled all the base salary info from my past employers. Just be careful.
      Feb 7
  • Microsoft / Consultant nobody8936
    A full time and part time will work if you work from home. You can always say the part time job is your hobby or side business. Many people do this without any problems.
    Feb 7 0
  • Anthem Ctj49m
    Doesn’t matter as long as you get paid reasonably..

    Two medium paying jobs + better wlb earns >> 1 high pay + not so better wlb
    Feb 7 0
  • IBM apu
    Not sustainable long term. Your shitty performance will get you fired at some point.
    Feb 7 0