Thursday, July 26, 2007


Last month, I was told by the Site Manager that the $200 "commission" I had received in my paycheck was representative of a future, or rather potential, salary increase. $200 per paycheck meant $100 a week, an increase of $2.50 per hour. He said that if the paperwork for the salary increase didn't go through by the end of this month, I would receive a $400 commission to represent four weeks of salary increase.

My paycheck this week included only a $200 commission, half of what I was promised.

It is, of course, merely a coincidence that the Site Manager is out of the office on vacation starting today and is thus not available to answer my question as to why what he promised me was not what I received.

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