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Bill and Ted's First Week on the Job, Part 2



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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.19

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    evaluations, handbook, policies, timecard, alphabetical, benefits, employee, listed, index, punched, sure, section, memorize, insurance, secretary, yeah
     content words:    Human Resources


Bill and Ted's First Week on the Job, Part 2
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     Ted made sure he set his alarm. "I don't want to be late again," he told himself.
 
2     This time he met Bill on the bus. Bill was carrying his employee manual with him. Ted made fun of him. "Did you memorize the whole thing?" he asked.
 
3     "There's some important information in here, Ted," Bill said. "You should really look it over."
 
4     "Like what?" Ted asked.
 
5     Bill told him there was a section on employee benefits. He said they could buy health insurance at a low cost. He also said they got five sick days per year. After one year they could take a vacation and get paid for it. "I think this is going to be a good company to work for," he told Ted.
 
6     "Sounds sweet," Ted said. "And the work doesn't seem too hard. If I can keep Mr. Smith and Mr. Jones from getting mad at me."
 
7     "Just follow the company policies that are in the employee handbook, and you'll do fine," Bill told him.
 
8     "So tell me more about all these rules and regulations in that big book," Ted said.
 
9     Bill told him that they had to be at work at 8:00 on the dot. They had to punch in and get right to work. Every morning and afternoon they got a ten-minute break. Lunch hour was from 12:00 to 1:00 everyday. And quitting time was 5:00 sharp. They had to punch their timecards every time they started or stopped working.

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