The list keeps on piling up for Sprint who has been trying to win back customers and compete with other rival domestic wireless carriers. Bad news keeps on rearing its ugly head with its foundation of employees now taking aim at the company for lost commission. New reports have surfaced stating that possibly thousands have been cheated out of their sales commissions due to a computer glitch. Of course the company has stated that they are committed to paying their employees what they are owed. This so called anomaly means that they did not receive the full amount of what they earned as far back as 2005 when Sprint and Nextel merged together. The U.S. district court gave Sprint until December 22 to provide a full list of all the sales clerks who were potentially affected. This does not bode well for Sprint who has been fighting an uphill battle for a long time against its competition. Now on top of customers filing lawsuits for their recently revised Early Termination Fee
policy and poor third quarter
results, they have to deal with internal problems with their own employees. With the economy still in a downward spiral, this does not look well for Sprint shareholders.
source: Sprint Connection