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Need a little advice...

At work the other day, I discovered something about one my coworkers. We are both research coordinators and want o go to med school, however that is where the comparisons stop. In a casual conversation I found out that he is getting paid by two different employers for the same time. Here is time line:

Works for employer 1 only: 40 hours a week

Works for employer 1 and 2: 20 hours a week each

charges employer 1 40 hours a week and employer 2 20 hours a week

Normally I wouldn't say anything but this kid (he is 28) is a complete douche bag snob who comes from a wealthy family (i.e. no loans, mommy and daddy pay for his car). Plus I have friends leaving college looking for these types of jobs.

What should I do?

P.S. He got the first job b/c his Godmother works for employer 1!

 

Update: My situation is weird. He works at another hospital, so contact is limited and I would be able to remain unknown. Also the people who hire and fire are people who we don't interact with. His godmother is a nurse and has no say over anything.

My Plan: Create an anonymous email account. Email very basic innocent information that would be generic, so no one can say only he knew. I will also call using *67 the appropriate people. I will assume I am mistaken until they have proof. And yes it does affect me directly, I recently renegotiated my position and got a smaller salary than I hoped.

 

 

 

 

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