- Jun 5, 2014
Name and Same the company!
It's your duty
It's your duty
I wouldn't advise him to name and shame while still employed by them, he could get charged for bringing the company into disrepute, which means more problems.Name and Same the company!
It's your duty
True, I am sorry was a bit of a unregulated comment that I made there.I wouldn't advise him to name and shame while still employed by them, he could get charged for bringing the company into disrepute, which means more problems.
Even after he leaves, his bosses sound dickish enough to pursue civil claims for slander, defamation etc. Not saying they'd win, but again, more problems.
^^ ThisI still don't get the idea behind this and I can't see anyone doing business like this and people accepting employment from such a company. Is there a high rate of theft by staff on these parts or what gives? Please give us the full story, I'm 100% sure there is more to this tbh.
If memory serves me right, you have to be a registered Credit Provider, to be able to provide "staff loans" - btw the whole process that you guys got running, sound totally dodgeville to me...-wonder how SARS would view this.It's not as simple as that.
I have proof that all paperwork etc has been communicated to those that need to see it.
HR doesn't really have a clue.
The person working directly with "technician assets" is conveniently on leave until the 7th of March.
The finance director who will sign off on payment made is on leave until mid March.
I just received a copy of my payslip. The deduction is called "Staff Loan"
Just out if interest. The tactic used in December to have these "warehouses" resolved was that everyone was denied December leave. I applied for 7 days leave. Only 3 were granted.
Yup thats what I would do LOL or the irate (because you took your parts back) customer will convince the boss to make a plan and quick!LOL!!! This ^^
Tell the boss you want your money of you will go and remove the parts YOU PAiD FOR and sell them to cover your salary.
You completely missed post 57? The red flag went up immediately when I saw "staff loans." These guys know they dun goofed and are trying to disguise it as something legal.Just realised something else, if they are writing the deductions of as staff loans, then that is tax fraud.
Yeah, your boss is a criminal and a douche. I would be looking for work elsewhere asap.
To be fair, Solidarity doesn't burn tyres, embark on 9 month-long strikes or demand ridiculous wage increases either. And I'm pretty sure they don't tolerate their members acting like hooligans and destroying property. Which is more than you can say for most of the unions.I have spent a lifetime thinking that Trade Unions were a waste of Oxygen, but I have recently changed my mind with regard to Solidarity.
I have witnessed how Solidarity support their members against the many injustices that some employers heap on their employees.
I would suggest that people working for potentially "Rogue" employers insure themselves against future injustices by joining privately.
There is a class of Employee in today's South Africa that does not have a support base. I think that Solidarity helps provide one.
They are very willing to give advice to members.
Well, it is the new rule that was instituted last week that expedited the issues to a large degree. That rule, interpreted verbatim, means that the company will come to a standstill on the last few days of the month as I cannot see how any worker would want to risk his salary like that.Not a **** would I ever operate like that and the fact that you have done so for four years and only run into issues now is a miracle.
Wait, are you the OP and signed in with the wrong account or are you referencing a post that I missed?Well, it is the new rule that was instituted last week that expedited the issues to a large degree. That rule, interpreted verbatim, means that the company will come to a standstill on the last few days of the month as I cannot see how any worker would want to risk his salary like that.