Company loyalty

12 July 2004   0 comments   Work

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Last week we had a company meeting to talk about all kinds of stuff. I raised the issue that I wanted the company to pay for my phone usage and SMS I send. I followed up by saying that I will get the itemised bill from Orange to estimate how much of my phone bill is work related (i.e. that Fry-IT should pay for). My boss then said: "Don't worry. Just give us the bills and we'll pay for the whole thing." But I chose to reject that saying that I only want Fry-IT to pay for work related calls and SMS; not private stuff.

So I was offered to have a "free company contract" but I chose not to. That's company loyalty.


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