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Posted by: Tatts | 2009-03-09

increase in workload, no remuneration

How much can an employer increase your job portfolio without increasing your remuneration. And if you have been doing the work for some time, can you at any stage refuse to do it if they do not pay you more?

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RE: INCREASE IN WORKLAOAD, NO REMUNERATION


This is a difficult situation as the workload comes and goes. It is suggest that you approach your employer and ask to have a discussion with the capability of the workload.

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