Never before has the world appreciated grocery store employees. They kept everyone fed while the world shut down and at personal risk. Grocery store giant, Kroger, offered employees emergency pay, but, unfortunately, a few employees were overpaid.
This happens. It’s not a sign of a bad payroll system–it’s just a sign that when things change rapidly, mistakes sometimes occur. In this case, the payroll department sent out an email asking the employees to repay the overpayment.
This is not a problem. Paychecks should be accurate, and a mistake on either end should be fixed. However, the problem comes from how they asked, or instead demanded, the repayment.
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