This is what it's like where I work.
I emailed a guy at the other work location with a setting for his computer. The setting was a number like 37.77. But for some reason he didn't change it. His explanation was that the setting only allows one number after the period. So I set it for 37.8. From then on I only sent him 10th of a digit adjustments because it's damn confusing I guess to have to think mathematically.
Some guys keep slamming the latch open on the time clock door, and gradually breaking the latch. The time clock needs an enclosure with a door in order to keep the dust off the glass (it's a hand scanner). The clock sits in the room where I usually do my work, so I listen for the slamming of metal on metal and then try to talk them out of abusing the latch when I catch the person. Now I see why workplaces have so many detailed rules. Close the door, don't slam the latch, don't leave your brains at home, etc etc. I hate rules.
Out of 100 employees, I'm one of the two who don't punch the clock.
These guys love to abuse and break equipment. An electrician came into the office one day and said he was shocked at the lack of common-sense on the line, the amount of abuse to the equipment, and all the repairs he has to make every week. Of course he's talking about guys who like to drive down the center of the road while tossing out empty beer cans. I guess that's just part of the charm of living in this area?
A worker came in the office to punch the clock, and told me that if he has to learn too much it makes his head explode.
The owner/manager is a complete computer lamer. But when doctors come around who think they are computer literate, I often end up having to fix shit they broke on the computers. I don't know which is worse, a complete lamer or someone who is just smart enough to be dangerous. Oh, guess what, they switched to Macs because they need a computer that tells them what to do instead. To me, that's like a stunt pilot who uses nothing but autopilot with a program that controls all his moves.