The Chronicle - - NEWS -

■ Brad Wood­hau­son: “If you have a good boss and en­joy your work there’s no harm in do­ing a bit ex­tra for noth­ing. They asked, not de­manded and it never hurts to show the boss you want to help them.”

■ Mel Gan­non: “Ev­ery­one thinks it’s hor­ri­ble yet the man­ager prob­a­bly isn’t be­ing paid ei­ther and is just try­ing to get on top of the stock prob­lem that is there.”

■ Lisa Jayne: “Any em­ployee worth hav­ing does a bit ex­tra for the busi­ness they work for. I’ve al­ways given more than ex­pected and been treated well be­cause of it.”

■ Nick How­ell: “Do more than what you’re paid for and soon you will be paid for more than what you do.”

■ Marisa Bar­ton: “Whether they’re ask­ing for vol­un­teers or not, it’s still ridicu­lous. A man­ager of a com­pany who raked in $33 bil­lion in profit last year ask­ing for vol­un­teers is self­ish. If you want help to do work you pay your em­ploy­ees. Sim­ple.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.