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Posted by: annonymous | 2010/05/26

not paid for the work

should I try to train the new employee in my department as intern because i know the work .if I refuse what are rights to say no

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RE: Not paid for the work

Part of anyone's job is to try and train new employees. Normally one doesn't get paid for it.

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Posted by: Labour lawyer | 2010/05/31

RE: Not paid for the work

Part of anyone's job is to try and train new employees. Normally one doesn't get paid for it.

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