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Doing a 2 man's job but without proper compensation

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tiyopaengmoko


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I would just like to inquire if it's legal for a BPO company to assigned to an employee a 2 man's job without asking for agreement from the said employee and without proper compensation?

--I am currently working as a technical consultant with a program and as of the moment they wanted me to be train as a customer service/retention representative ---and later will be taking in calls both from the said splits --so basically I am going to be doing a 2 agents jobs but will not be getting additional compensation ---does the company have the legal right to make me comply?

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attyLLL


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hard situation. keep at it and you can be considered on a promotion track. complain, and that's a career killer.

talk to your supervisor and HR and try to get a proper agreement on what's to happen.


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tiyopaengmoko


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thanks for the reply!

Totally true --- embracing the change will get me have the job longer -- non-compliance will give them reason to kick me out of the company -- it's just too obvious though that they are cost cutting at the expense of their lowly employees ---sigh--

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Jaht


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Ganito din yung situation namin ngayun atty.
Tech-support ako sa isang program tapos ni-re-require kami mg-training for customer service, pagkatapos nun ay ittrain din kame for retention. Eventually, yung calls na mare-rereceive namin sa isang araw ay halo-halo na. In other words, Hybrid-consultants. Yung dating sa aming mga apektado ay cost cutting, imbes na mag-hire sila ng additional na workforce for Customer Service and Retention, i-t-train na lang kami para lang makatipid, di naman po nagbabago yung sweldo namin. Meron po ba legal advise para dito?? or wala kami choice kung hindi sumunod na lang?

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attyLLL


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same advice as i gave above


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