One of the companies I work for, I haven't worked in a month. So the pay period that just ended I shouldn't have gotten a thing because I didn't work a single hour. I looked in my bank account and the fool that does payroll paid me $150 after taxes. I shouldn't have gotten paid a thing because I didn't work. So, should I let them know immediately that they made this stupid mistake or should I wait for them to come to me and then pay it back when they do.
Let me say, I have every intention of paying this back to them. Should it be now or later. I could really use this money for bills. So should I do that then pay it back when I get paid from my other job the middle of next month?
What would you do?
This has happened a few times before by someone different doing payroll. My co-workers ended up spending their money on bills and was told they had to give the extra money back in two paychecks but never did lose their job. This company has screwed me over so many times in the past couple of years. It would feel like payback. But I'm sure I'll do the right thing and again they wouldn't.Answer Question
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