x% in wages can cause an increase in [payroll] costs greather than x% due to employer contributions and other fringe benefits that migth depend on the wages, such as christmas bonuses being a % of yout yearly wages.
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... it may be perfectly legit to give them their password...
Or give them an automatically generated random password they would then reset, making the storage of original password unnecessary?
We'll be using primates!
Thank you for making this clear, but I was not really trying to make a point. The way you responded to the OP's sig made me think you were not familiar with the issue, so I just brought to your attention (or anybody else who might be interested) some links mentioning what I thought was the reason why the OP wrote that in his sig.
Interesting read, nevertheless.
And as for your sig... you think that those that hold a different view from you should be "BANNED"? Kinda goes against the whole "free exchange of ideas" thing doesn't it? How many tyrannical dictators gained power by people who felt the same way you do about people they disagreed with?
How about 3Mb/s for the first 68MB, 500kb/s next 68MB, and 128kb/s after that, on a daily basis, instead of monthly?
If we put these on building roofs, will it help lower air conditioning costs?
About 5 months ago here in Puerto Rico I checked with Sprint, AT&T, and Virgin and they all wanted $60+ for just 5GB. I did not bother asking what would happen after reaching this cap, because I switched to another company (Claro, a Mexican company) that has the following plans, among others:
$40 - 5GiB, $0.0073 additional MiB
$50 - 10GiB, $0.0073 additional MiB
$55 - unlimited (never used more than about 14GiB, tho).
I think you can also quote Dr. House on that
OK, under normal circumstances you would be right, but doing it with style requires 360 degrees!
Arguably it pairs with the numbers some people put in their worksheets
Oh, but somebody will die if I do that.
How about calling it "invoice" instead of "fine"?
As in the medical insurance example, you would pay the full medical bill instead of copay/coinsurance if you don't have medical insurance.
I forgot one point
* There are the ones who end up marring one of their customers