And that's how it's done

Remember last year when the company back at home had no more money for OT pay and they tried to package it as "promoting no overtime for health concerns"?

Well the mother company shows us how it's done: "To reduce the costs, we are only allowed to work until 8."
Simple, direct-to-the-point, and completely devoid of bullshit.

And less likely to cause people to leave.
Just sayin.

1 comment

  1. Hear, hear!

    I heard from a high school classmate of mine who works in the Marketing Company that they also had a no OT policy, but there's no "health" reasoning that went along with it.