Ted, a senior employee, believes he is underpaid and attempts to compensate by routinely keeping short hours, though ...

Irene on June 30 at 09:19PM

Why is A correct.

No where does it say that employees do not perform equally well as Ted. It does. Mention they must work harder than they should but this doesn’t necessarily mean that at the end of it all they are performing equally well. Or does that give the implication that because they are not performing equally well then they must work harder to perform at the same level he does? Please explain.

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Danielle on September 7 at 03:57PM

Seeing questions like this go unanswered for months is extremely disappointing. Please start answering questions!