all sales employees are full time. We currently do not have a sales manager and are creating this position because our sales staff are not meeting their sales goals but we do not want to let them go. So we need to manage them better and also this new person coming on staff would also sell.
I hope you found my answer helpful, even if the law is not in your favor. I would be happy to clarify my answer if anything is not clear or you are looking for additional information. All the best to you!
a bit confused by your answer. In our employee manual given to all employees and signed by them we of course say we do not discriminate when hiring blah blah blah but nothing specific about discrimination regarding the benefits offered. Is there a difference? I just don't want a sales person crying discrimination if this manager gets the medical and they don't. What do you think?
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