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BREAKING: Wells Fargo Fires Dozens For Faking “Work From Home”



Who could have ever seen this one coming?

Mario Nawfal reports:


Wells Fargo has terminated numerous employees for allegedly “simulating keyboard activity” to appear productive while working from home.

Company spokesperson:

“Wells Fargo holds employees to the highest standards and does not tolerate unethical behavior.”

There’s a reason I’m covering this, and I’ll explain what that is in just a moment.

First, here’s more from Yahoo News:

Wells Fargo & Co. fired more than a dozen employees last month after investigating claims that they were faking work.

The staffers, all in the firm’s wealth- and investment-management unit, were “discharged after review of allegations involving simulation of keyboard activity creating impression of active work,” according to disclosures filed with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

“Wells Fargo holds employees to the highest standards and does not tolerate unethical behavior,” a company spokesperson said in a statement.

Devices and software to imitate employee activity, sometimes known as “mouse movers” or “mouse jigglers,” took off during the pandemic-spurred work-from-home era, with people swapping tips for using them on social-media sites Reddit and TikTok. Such gadgets are available on for less than $20…


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