Splitting out positions with no traffic is proven to be just as dangerous and prone to making errors as when it’s busy and you’re not split out. There needs to be a certain level of engagement to keep you sharp.In short, if you have the resources, then yes you should be doing it decombined. If my tax dollars are paying four controllers to sit in the break room while LC mishears a takeoff, landing, or hold short readback because they're managing multiple frequencies then I think thats a disservice to the public who pays your paycheck. I've been at facilities with multiple airplane crashes where a pilot had to key up and tell the controller what's happened. Part of that is just complacency - the "it's only one airplane" effect where people don't respect the job and think it's overkill to do basic job tasks like scan a runway. You seem to also lack respect for performing the bare minimum functions of the job. Sure as one person you can maintain the facade of a fully functioning facility, but you aren't truly accomplishing all agency goals single handedly on a regular basis. You're cutting corners. And I hope that nobody ends up getting hurt because of it.