If your employer offered a payroll deduct for car repairs, would you use it?
It would be depend how it was structured and what kind of car repair it was. For something major, I would consider it.
It would be rely how it was arranged and what type of car fix it was. For something significant, I would consider it.
by beccawestmoreland 5 years ago
what if a employer makes a mistake on your check, are they allowed to deduct the difference from anocan a employer make you pay for a mistake they made on your check
by crankalicious 8 months ago
I'm actually asking for somebody else, but I would love some feedback on this question.Let's say you have been out-of-work and you accept a new position, but that new position pays less than you were making and requires a commute that you didn't have before.Within a week of taking the job and...
by Allen Douglas 4 years ago
What is the difference between term life insurance and life insurance offered by an employer?I was able to get a good rate on a term life insurance policy with a 20 year term. My workplace life insurace seems similar, but the rates change over time. Are there any other difference or...
by yankeeintexas 7 years ago
Why will companies lay-off entry level positions, and not administrative?
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