here's the scene: you are an employee. you are paid salary, $500 a week, usually days range anywhere from 10-12 hrs,starting at 8 am, with at least 25% being travel time from job to job. you tell your employer that the truck is acting up. he ignores you. you continue to tell him it's running bad, makes weird noises. you been telling him for weeks, he doesn't even look into it. he sends you to do a job, quite a distance, 2 hrs drive time each way. you pick up the materials, and head out. you get the job done. you get back into the truck to come home, it doesn't start.the policy is, you do not abandon the vehicle without instructions. you call your employer, over and over, you get an answering machine. it's now 10 pm, 11 pm, midnight....still the boss doesn't call you back. in fact, he's at a bar getting sloshed. 1:30 am, he calls you back. tells you to leave the truck, call a cab, he will pay for the cab. BUT, he insists you are to report to work at 8 am as usual. you argue, then agree. you finally get home at 4 am. you show up for work at 8 am. you speak with him in his office, and explain that this was pure negligence on his part. you've been telling him for weeks that the truck is acting up, he ignored you. you tell him you expect to be paid extra for sitting in the truck, in another state, till 1:30 am. he declines, saying you are on salary, period. you tell him you will not work until he agrees to pay you extra for the incident. he tells you that you are fired, get out. you file a complaint with the dept of labor that you were not paid properly cus of this incident, and that you were unjustly terminated. what is the outcome?