HP SALESPEOPLE SUE OVER UNPAID COMMISSIONS

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HP SALESPEOPLE SUE OVER UNPAID COMMISSIONS

 user 2009-08-11 at 12:37:26 pm Views: 68
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    http://www.mercurynews.com/columns/ci_13016773?nclick_check=1
    Hewlett-Packard salespeople sue over commissions
    Hewlett-Packard salespeople sue over commissions: Three former Hewlett-Packard salespeople sued the printer maker alleging they were denied tens of thousands of dollars in commissions because of a malfunction in the company’s order-management system.

    As many as 50,000 current and former salespeople haven’t received commissions and bonuses because of problems with the software system that tracks sales, called Omega, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday federal court in San Francisco.

    Hewlett-Packard, the world’s largest maker of personal computers and printers, said Aug. 5 that about 2,000 members of its global sales team of 23,000 were affected by the Omega glitch. The company was working to fix the problem, spokeswoman Gina Giamanco said then.

    “HP believes the lawsuit filed by a handful of former employees in connection with the Omega-related claim substantially exaggerates the scope of the previously acknowledged issue,” the company said today in an e-mailed statement. “We intend to defend this vigorously in court.”