TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Companies Want _US_ to Pay For Their Mistakes

Re: Companies Want _US_ to Pay For Their Mistakes

DevilsPGD (
Sat, 25 Jun 2005 01:34:03 -0600

In message <> DevilsPGD
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> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: I think they are a little too tricky to
> fall for that, however. They _might_ pay for one or two hours of your
> time -- maybe -- but I imagine they would tie it in with getting some
> statement from your employer about time off the job. They are not
> going to just send you a couple of regular payroll checks however.

Why not? If I'm taking 600 hours of time to correct everything, and
I'm paying for insurance that covers lost wages due to dealing with
fraud ...

> if you took time off from work to cure this 'fraud' was it a situation
> you could not have accomplished during regular off hours from work?
> PAT]

That's a good point -- I don't know about you, but my off-hours are more
important then my work hours.

In fact, there is even a basis in law for this, in my area overtime
pay is a minimum of 1.5x your base pay rate.

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