How am I suppose to ignore this dilemma, if I truly have the company's best interest at heart? I am extremely loyal, objective to a fault. My myers briggs is INTJ, I checked my Enneagram Tritype and it stated "You care deeply and want to help others improve the expectations they have of themselves."...lol
I am in the awkward position of noticing a colleague who is leaving between 15 mins - 30 mins early everyday (depending upon which month in the previous calendar year), and upon occasion takes a 2 hour lunch while the rest of us wait for him before we can take lunch. Once in a while he leaves an hour early.
Firstly, I care about the colleague, I am noticing because I objectively care about the company and the contractual agreement of employment with the company, the fellow colleagues who may be demoralized by this breach and because of the lack of desire to pursue ethics.
Secondly, I acknowledge that we have flexible hours. And it is okay to contravene time requirements if they are an arranged exception, but to blatantly pretend and hope that no one can see you and take a two hour 14 min lunch and leave an hour early on the same day, simply because your supervisor was on training and not in the office? All the other colleagues in our team, they put in extra hours, work from home etc...
I informed my supervisor...not getting anywhere by trying that.
I've been asking him for months, initially last year, tried to point it out gently with euphemisms and analogies... this year, more explicitly.
Can I do anything to get this colleague to work more efficiently?