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This is the original problem from an employee...
I am a lending officer at the bank.
last 5 years, branch manager gave me 5 different jobs to do at the branch.
1. IT support
2. Commercial lending
3. General Admin work
and etc... I have been telling the branch managers, co-workers, and HR manager for last four years how those jobs are not related to each other and it is too much for one to handle.
I only get pay for lending officer. When i asked them to give more money, Their answer was "if you dont like it leave..." this really makes me mad... could i ask the bank or do I have a right to collect for all those jobs that I have done?? I still do all six jobs, daily...  
   
Employee: cali911
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