Question for RHU:
When you know the company you're working for is unscrupulous, what do you do?
Recently, my coworker shared some strange info with me. She was given forms to sign from the company that profiled her as low income eligibility for government assistance and food stamps. As I was reviewing the forms, it turned out that the paperwork was for proof for the company to receive tax credit of some sort concerning their employees.
Now here's the clincher, my coworker didn't apply for government assistance or EBT (food stamp) services, yet the forms EXPLICITLY states that she did and even conveniently adjusted her year to date earnings, number of members in her household, and her hiring date.
I advised her not to sign it until everything on the forms were corrected for its discrepancies. What other advice should I give her?