By Anonymous - 11/04/2014 23:16 - United States - San Francisco
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That sucks for OP and their co-workers, but what on earth would the government regulate here? Should they get involved in every situation where someone takes credit for other peoples work? They would be spending all time and resources on monitoring the day to day operations of every company. Like they're not already too involved in what people can do and say. Take this as a lesson learned. Get things in writing, like the promise of a bonus, keep track of hours spent and what tasks were completed throughout your project. tl;dr: no government; deal with it
Two things. one: op should quit. i would. that's always an option and at times makes a statement. two: government has nothinf to do with this and i love the downvotes going on here. op could attempt to sue or go to hr. government cant really regulate business management outside of how they already are without having a fascist or communistic country.
Okay that's not alright. You and your coworkers have the right to dispute his work and prove that he is a stealing bastard
I don't think anyone will care. The project was done. That's what counts. But the thing about getting a big project done is, you've got to keep doing it. Just how motivated will the workers be when he comes in with the next one. "I'll give a big bonus" says he. "Ha" says everyone else.
Try to file a lawsuit possibly? He can't take credit for it if your names are on the project.