Our expert says:
yes, if he falsified his qualifications that IS fraud, and grounds for dismissal, whoever he has as pals. And if he GOT the job claiming to already have qualification X, and only in fact got it a year or so later, that's still fraud. And those who know about it and cover it up, are guilty of aiding and abetting in fraud.
Don't resign, but stick to your principles and your own good work. Keep excllent records of each stage of the process, when work is given to him, and when he completes it ( or doesn't ). If he's usually not in his office during the week --- keep records of that, too. Wednesday, 2 pm, went to see X in his office. Not there. Asked his whereabouts, told they hadn't seen him that day". Is there any way to leapfrog over his pals, and speak to senior management ? Shaun makes the good point that this guy's day will come, and you'd probably like to be there when he achieves the downfall he has been working for all this time !
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