i should get paid for the hour before and after the eight hour workday because the hour before is all about getting there and the hour after is about decompressing. from the second i get out of bed to the second i peel off my work socks and get into gym shorts i should be getting paid money
I’d like to see that pitched to a supervisor.
Op sounds like a self entitled person who thinks they shod get paid for just existing.
Back in the days when I ran a construction crew, I would have just smiled and told whoever pitched this that they can go ahead and take the day off… as well as every day after that. Like hell I’d pay you when you aren’t producing anything for me.
You’re complaining about not having a job… but you voted for Obama twice?
Even though its republicans and big businesses who took jobs away? Oh man, you have a lot to learn.
Businesses provide jobs, lmfao.
Big businesses that outsource jobs for cheaper labor? Yeah, they provide jobs for others but NOT this country
Outsourcing has benefits- less power to the unions. The labor is still quality. Outsourcing saves a company a lot of money, which, in turn, would go towards hiring more people. It’s win/win.
You’re burying the lead: Why do companies, and not just “big business,” outsource to other countries?
High taxes, administration costs, price of labor, health care costs, excessive regulations… AKA government intrusion.
This is why many companies relocate to states with low to no state income tax and low cost of living and, sometimes, out of the country. It’s big government that causes the problem in the first place and Obama is the poster boy for big government.
"Elections have consequences, you get what you vote for."
THE BEST & WORST STATES FOR BUSINESS
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
- New Hampshire
- New Mexico
- West Virginia
- Rhode Island
- New Jersey
- New York
Any surprise that the red states tend to be on the top and the blue ones on the bottom?
"Government doesn’t make businesses successful." - Governor Mitt Romney