OK. Everybodey ready for this....?
"He feels we overcharged him for G's work. Recharge him on the basis of 40 hours work. Reissue the invoice with same number..."
Well. I am amazed that this client (who incidentally was *not* there doing the work and in fact wasn't even in the same *city*) can know how long G spent on the project. If he knew so intimately what was involved and how long it would take, why didn't he just do the stupid job himself in the first place, and save everybody all of this aggravation. What is even worse, is the fact that the boss *agreed* to this. I can understand that everyone wants value for money, but sheesh. At least give the contractor a fair days pay for a fair days work. WHAT A CHEAPSKATE! As I have mentioned to Michelle....I must have missed the paragraph in my 'Project Management for Dummies' book where it says "...the client shall only pay for the hours *he* thinks the contractor works...". This is *so* frustrating.
Thanks for listening.