Monday, February 23, 2009

And These Guys Are Trying To Sell Accounting Software

A while back Microsoft laid off part of their workforce. As part of the layoffs they payed the employees severance.

Now, it seems, they want some of it back.
The company is asking some laid-off employees for a portion of their severance back, saying an administrative glitch caused the software maker to pay them too much.


The Redmond, Wash.-based software maker is asking former employees for reimbursement, by check or money order, within two weeks, according to a redacted letter posted by the technology blog TechCrunch. [A Microsoft spokesperson] confirmed the letter's authenticity.

Maybe they used Microsoft Accounting Professional for their calculations.

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