Wells Fargo Reportedly Fired More Than a Dozen Employees for Faking Keyboard Activity

In a work-from-home and hybrid world, many employees look for ways to cut corners and make it look like they’re at their computers even when they’re not actually attentive to the work at hand.

Such was the case for more than a dozen Wells Fargo wealth and investment management workers, who were caught and subsequently fired last month for faking keyboard strokes on their computers to make it look like they were working when they weren’t.

Related: Wells Fargo To Pay Record $3.7 Billion For ‘Illegal Activity’

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

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