Thread regarding Baker Hughes layoffs

It’s a ripoff

How come when we put the clocks back we still have to finish at the same time?

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Everyone laughing at this incompetent bunch of clowns

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Post ID: @11FuPLTH-7asz

Financial mismanagement in Aberdeen office is absolute disaster. No wonder they fired old school. What a mess this place. How many millions flusheddown the toilet because incompetence.

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Post ID: @11FuPLTH-2ivg

dumbest management team ever in baker

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Post ID: @11FuPLTH-2yvn

Come roon tae the Central n Ill show ye fit tae dee we yer jobs

Aye n dinna blame me cos i hiv e biggest tool in e compnay

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Post ID: @11FuPLTH-2nzl

hey numty in aberdeen how you loose your work 😂😂😂😂

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Post ID: @11FuPLTH-2ghl

Because the schedule doesn't change even though the clock does. However if it's in the fall, you are eligible for an extra hour's pay and should demand it. They have to pay it or they break the law. If you work a 12 hour shift (let's just say 4 PM to 4 AM) and the clocks go back an hour at 1 or 2 AM, you actually worked 13 hours. If they don't pay the extra hour fo Non Exempt) it's against the law and go to your State's Dept. of Labor to report. The flipside is that in the Spring, they can legally withhold an hour b/c the clock goes forward and you only worked 11 hours on a 4 PM to 4 AM shift.

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