I had a private meeting with my senior computer programmer this morning and I proposed some software changes that could benefit my company's bottomline at the end of the fiscal year. We're going to modify some code in our time card system so that when an hourly employee submits their time reports on Friday, we dock a few minutes off of the total submitted. He reluctantly agreed after I gave him a hefty raise to circumvent his moral dilemma. I don't see a problem with it because hourly employees typically screw off more than the salary employees do. So technically I'm paying them for what they do work. Anyhoo, this will probably save me several thousand a year and I can take the misses and the kiddos on a nice island vacation. If anyone wises up and raises a fuss about it, I'll just blame my programmer Habib and fire him.