Generations ago, employee-employer partnerships weren’t just fleeting or professional; they were built on deep personal, emotional bonds and were expected to last for decades, if not for life. When you landed a job, it meant you were guaranteed a steady income far into the foreseeable future. It also implied a certain bond of loyalty; you would go the extra mile for this company, and in return, your employer would do the same for you.These days, as economic insecurity has decreased and job fulfillment has become more important to employees, monogamous work relationships are becoming more and more rare. Millennials, in particular, only expect to stay in a job for three years or less, reported Future Workplace’s Multiple Generations @ Work survey,So, if you are thinking about cheating on your job, you’re not alone. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be wary of getting caught though. Here are a few tips to help you cheat and get away with it.