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Unformatted text preview: Running head: JOURNAL ENTRY 1 Journal Entry Susan R. Rodgers XMGT216 August 29, 2010 Jamie Gisi JOURNAL ENTRY 2 Journal Entry Today I sat and reflected the conversation I had with my friend, Mike, about the unethical treatment he received at a recent previous employer. He was working for a company driving dump truck carrying asphalt. It was a good job and Mike really seemed to like it. It did not bother Mike about the fact he had to drive 50 miles a day one way just to get to work. However, when negotiating his contract with the company Mike gave up being paid mileage and per diem with the stipulation the supervisor would call Mike should the job be shut down for the day due to inclement weather. Since the hiring manager agreed to this before signing the contract, Mike asked if the supervisor would be informed of the stipulation in his contract. Mike was informed the supervisor would know of the stipulation and have orders to call Mike anytime the job was shut down because of the weather. For a year the supervisor had no problems abiding by the stipulation. However, in June the supervisor stopped calling Mike to inform him in changes to the work schedule due to inclement weather. Mike would drive to work every day and for at least the work schedule due to inclement weather....
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course HUM 130 taught by Professor Georgegreaves during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '09