Shoenberger v. Chicago Transit Authority

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Ryan Brandenburg BSAD 3140 5/12/2009 Schoenberger v. Chicago Transit Authority Citation: Schoenberger v. Chicago Transit Authority Appellate Court of Illinois, First District, First Division (1980) 84 Ill.App.3d 1132,39 Ill.Dec.941, 405 N.E.2d 1076 Statement of facts: Plaintiff: Schoenberger Defendant: Chicago Transit Authority During his third meeting regarding a position with the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Schoenberger was informed by Frank ZuChristian, in charge of recruiting for the CTA Data Center, that ZuChristian wanted to employ Schoenberger at the CTA for a salary of $19,800. A formal offer of employment was made to Schoenberger with a stated salary of $19,300. Hesitating about the offer, Schoenberger called ZuChristian for an explanation of the difference in salary. ZuChristian did some investigating and found the difference came because of a clerical error. He told Schoenberger to take the job at its stated salary. ZuChristian said he would make sure the $500 difference would be made up to Schoenberger at one of the salary
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