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Questions about company phone usage, regulations, or personal phones in the context of work.

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The general rule I was always taught was to return a call/email from the morning in the afternoon, and a call or email in the afternoon the next morning. Now, of course, if you get a call at 8:00 am, …
answered Sep 15 '17 by Richard Says Reinstate Monica
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Depending on the laws in your area, a misstatement could result in liability on the doctor. Having a script to go by is not unusual, as some information may need to be restricted, or not disclosed fo …
answered Feb 27 by Richard Says Reinstate Monica
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You have been ghosted. Move on and never use that recruiter again. It happens from time to time. It has happened to me. Apply for another job.
answered Nov 13 by Richard Says Reinstate Monica
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What you are doing is not unethical, but it's not favorable either. You may want to attend the occasional off-hours meeting, but make sure you are compensated either through additional hours billed, …
answered Aug 4 '17 by Richard Says Reinstate Monica