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Honda blasted for ordering hundreds of workers at Ohio factory to REPAY part of their bonuses


Honda is blasted for ordering hundreds of workers at Ohio factory to REPAY part of their bonuses because the company was ‘too generous’

  • The reneging came Tuesday when staff at the Marysville Honda Motors plant in Ohio were sent a memo demanding they give back from overpaid bonuses
  •  The amount of each overpayment is currently unclear, as it varies from person to person but the bonuses in many cases amount to hundreds of dollars
  • After announcing the bonuses had been erroneously overpaid Tuesday, brass at wrote that workers would have nine days to decide on how they will pay back
  • Staffers will have the option to deduct the money from future paychecks or bonuses, or pay the outstanding amount up front by cash or check
  • Those who abstain from those options, the company said Tuesday, will have the excess deducted from their future bonuses by default 

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Honda blasted for ordering hundreds of workers at Ohio factory to REPAY part of their bonuses


Honda is blasted for ordering hundreds of workers at Ohio factory to REPAY part of their bonuses because the company was ‘too generous’

  • The reneging came Tuesday when staff at the Marysville Honda Motors plant in Ohio were sent a memo demanding they give back from overpaid bonuses
  •  The amount of each overpayment is currently unclear, as it varies from person to person but the bonuses in many cases amount to hundreds of dollars
  • After announcing the bonuses had been erroneously overpaid Tuesday, brass at wrote that workers would have nine days to decide on how they will pay back
  • Staffers will have the option to deduct the money from future paychecks or bonuses, or pay the outstanding amount up front by cash or check
  • Those who abstain from those options, the company said Tuesday, will have the excess deducted from their future bonuses by default 

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

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Your email address will not be published.

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