"Well it's a done deal, I hear what you're saying Jeff, I have had instances like that in the past where the managements memory has faded and an email would have been better suited.
I talked to him when he came in this morning though. The good thing about my boss was he was on the floor doing what I do now, we worked side by side for about 4 years and he had the pleasure of working with the asshat in question. At the time, I was in a different group working the same tech, my boss and this guy worked the same shift. For 6 months because of his wife having a broken ankle he was given the opportunity to "work" from home, I put work
in parenthesis because he was never at his computer, didn't do much of anything and you couldn't get a hold of him when you called his house during the shift according to my boss, he told me his days are numbered. This came up b/c on the guys way out this morning he said, "I was forced to take paid time off yesterday, they wouldn't let me work from home, so working overtime today won't do me much good."
Him not doing anything at home for those 6 months, has lost him the privilege of working remote.
Turns out when he submitted his time before leaving he put down 10 PTO hours instead of 12, so there's another nail in the coffin. My boss is going to talk to the other supervisor about moving him to a different shift for the time being, where there is more than two people where it's not so much of an impact if he calls in. The guy they are thinking of moving to my shift to replace asshat, is a hard worker, so there's light at the end of the tunnel.
I have picked the guy up on snow days, so I have seen where he lives, it's a small house for 11 people. 1,500 sq ft. according to him, I am shocked that the state would allow 9 children to stay in that small of a house.
I agree Chris, she's not fit to parent those kids, the day she called him to come home to clean up the diarrhea on the floor, he couldn't leave so she put some newspaper over it until he got home.
Thanks guys for the comments!
Depending on how you feel about it, you could always call CDHS and report child neglect, if you believe it is happening in this home. Getting in people's personal affairs is a touchy subject, but only you can answer, based on what you know, if they are possibly neglecting some of those kids. If they are, would you really want the kids to suffer because the adults are morons(or looking for a cash cow)?