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I imagine a job something like awarding government licenses to drill for oil and gas. Where a large gas company might walk by and drop a giant bag of money on the ground, or maybe they didn't.LOL, that's a new one. Nope. Never had that happen. What is the basis of the requirement?
Hi!! (for a friend)Anyone ever have a job that required reporting money earned outside the company? Asking for a friend.
If I had a job where I had to report my side jobs to be reviewed by my employer, that would dissuade me from having side jobs. I guess I would be more product based, than service based. For example, I might make mobile apps or SaaS products, instead of doing freelance web work for small companies. There is no way my friend would want to vet freelance customers with their employer.Hi!! (for a friend)
Yes, in the financial services industry you have to report anyyy other income (potential conflicts of interest.) Curious as to why you're asking?
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