I finally got one for here!
Last year a company hired me, contingent on them winning a government contract, and my getting a DOD security clearance. They hired and paid me for five hours of filling out paperwork for the clearance, as you have to be an employee of the company paying for the clearance check. They didn't win the bid (so I was told, two weeks after the contract was to have started), I don't know if I got the clearance, but the company has enrolled me in their 401(k) plan, tried to get me to sign up for health insurance, sends me company newsletters, etc., even though I haven't done any work for them in seven months! So today I got a letter stating that they were reducing my hours, therefore I should consider signing up for COBRA, as I was no longer eligible for their health insurance plan! How can my hours be reduced below zero?
edited because I can't spell!