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  • noun

Synonyms for goldbricking

the evasion of work or duty

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Bosses are beginning to take a dim view of all this virtual goldbricking.
But if, during the review of the videotape, evidence of momentary goldbricking or unintentional damage inflicted by mail sorters is discovered, those images cannot be used as justification for a reprimand, reassignment, or termination.
In the course of the play, this is countered by patriotic and didactic speeches in which the goldbricking soldiers are reviled, the importance of the service division extolled, and the fact that this is the war to preserve American democracy remembered (21-22, 28-29).
Moreover, studies have shown that employees who engage in workplace abuse (excessive absenteeism, goldbricking, pilfering, for example) are at a higher risk to commit fraud.