First of all, employees who waste company time and money posting and surfing the web all day are dirtbags. Particularly during these times when so many company's are struggling to stay afloat. But, even if they aren't struggling, they are in no way obligated to provide these dirtbags with jobs. An employee has an obligation to the company who hired them to do their jobs, and not waste company time and money. Many company's, both small and large are monitoring their employees activities on company computers, and the instances of being caught are on the rise. What should a company do when they catch these dirtbags? Immediately terminate them? Damn right! Recommend a denial of unemployment benefits, too include providing computer logs as evidence? Damn right! Use computer logs as evidence in order to file suit to regain ALL lost wages paid to employee? Damn Right. Refuse to give said employees positive references when said employees apply for new jobs? Damn Right. There was an interesting discussion on one of the business shows this past weekend. The amount of money being wasted by these types of dirtbags was staggering. Over 100 million a year is lost in wasted company time and money. Businesses need to be alert, and watch for this garbage going on. There are plenty of people in this country who are desperate for jobs, and would not engage in that bullshit. What say you?