Don’t you think employers pay you just enough to make you come back for more?
I doubt that they give that a thought, they pay you as little as they can get away with.
This is the sad story in India. Employers in he unorganized sector treat their employees worse than slaves. Poor uneducated employees are paid so low that they can just keep themselves and their family members alive.
by Scott S Bateman 3 years ago
1) Their governments are heavily influenced by multibillionaires.2) Those billionaires hide their assets and underpay taxes.3) Both governments spend more than than receive anyway to appease the lower classes.4) Both countries are heavily in debt.Agree or disagree?
by Sonya 5 years ago
Would you pay for more vacation time?
by kirstenblog 8 years ago
Or would you accept a job where you are being asked to cover two positions, one of which is an hour away in decent weather (this is on foot, no car and I don't drive anyway) that will result in there being situations where you know you will not be able to fulfil your duties and believe that this...
by Readmikenow 4 weeks ago
Members of the caravan in Mexico are demanding the United States pay each of them $50,000 for them to go back to their home. This is from the San Diego Tribune."Two groups of Central American migrants made separate marches on the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana Tuesday, demanding that they be...
by Dr Billy Kidd 6 years ago
Are Men Losing Their Jobs to Women who will Work for Less?In light of the Pay Fairness Act before Congress, I'd like to know if anyone has any information on this.
by Dr Billy Kidd 6 years ago
Why Did Republicans Vote Down Equal Pay for Women?The Republicans in the Senate voted against a bill that would have helped women benefit from the 1963 Equal Pay Act. Employers would have had to prove that it was job performance, not discrimination, that created the pay difference. It would have...
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