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Observing that two mandatory, uncompensated 20-hour
weekends of work were required by an employer to "wrap
up projects that were behind," followed after the
second weekend by a surprise round of layoffs that
affected some of the employees who had worked the OT.
--- Sean Brierley <seanb_us -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> Some examples from my experience:
> Being asked to install software on my PC that was
> installed elsewhere and for which there was only one
> seat, because the boss saw no reason to spend his
> budget on additional copies.
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