'Unfortunately there is evidence that some staff are using telephones for lengthy and costly personal calls that are beyond what is reasonable,' it read. Each department was issued with a breakdown of their calls to isolate the worst culprits, who would be asked to reimburse the bank, preferably by cheque. It's good to talk - unless you work for HSBC, that is.
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