Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.A company in Austin, Texas is looking to dock pay from workers who receive government stimulus checks, according to an anonymous employee. With the historic $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus deal signed, Americans can look forward to receiving some economic relief during the pandemic. CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEAn unnamed company in Texas, though, appears to be looking to use the stimulus to relieve their payroll strain. On Wednesday, the company sent out a form titled “Employee Acknowledgement of ‘Government Assistance’ Pay Reduction.” The form was reported by an employee who wished to remain anonymous, but the employee spoke to local news KXAN about the situation.TRUMP SIGNS $2T STIMULUS BILL AFTER HOUSE APPROVES HISTORIC CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE“The form says they are preemptively deducting funds from our paychecks. That number is based on what they’re anticipating the government relief fund to be,” the worker told the outlet.“The company that I work for is a national company and they make hundreds of millions of dollars in profit a year and instead of making sacrifices at the higher levels, they’re passing it on down to everybody else.”DO YOU QUALIFY


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