rstrong wrote:An employee that can work from home, can be replaced by someone working from home on another continent.
Have fun maintaining the garbage you get in return.
The security blog of Verizon has the story
of an investigation into unauthorized VPN access from China which led to unexpected findings.
It turned out a company programmer with a six-figure income was paying a programmer in China 1/5th of his income to do his work for him, and spending his days watching cat videos and visiting eBay and Facebook.
"The best part? Investigators had the opportunity to read through his performance reviews while working alongside HR. For the last several years in a row he received excellent remarks. His code was clean, well written, and submitted in a timely fashion. Quarter after quarter, his performance review noted him as the best developer in the building."