There is “applied laziness” and “avoidance of work.”
It comes down to effectiveness and can you live with yourself if you intentionally do poor work.
I trained a lot of people while doing my regular job. The goals (1) work smart, not hard, i.e. “applied laziness” and (2) avoid overtime where possible. Overtime usually meant that someone made a mistake and overtime, when people are tired, causes more mistakes.
One of my managers said, “You are the laziest person I have ever seen when it comes to avoiding extra typing.”