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Do you think that Salary Wages should be changed to Hourly Wages ?
There are many businesses that hire Salary Employees and make them work 80-120 hours a week, with no overtime pay. Many of these are young teenages just getting out of school and are taken advantage of, especially in the fast food, retail and manufacturing areas. With the economy so bad, many businesses can do this practice, by putting someone on salary and making them do the work of 2 or 3 other employees that have been laid off.
Rarely are entry level jobs, such as those in fast food, retail etc., set up as a salaried position. Those jobs are usually further up the "food chain" in management positions. Furthermore, if a person accepts a job and agrees to the compensation, whether hourly or salaried, it is their choice. It should be the business, and the business alone, that determines the wage they want to pay an employee and not the government. People will either accept the position at the offered pay, negotiate for better pay or seek employment elsewhere.
by MomsTreasureChest5 years ago
Wages and Salary. For hourly jobs, do you know what the minimum wage law is in Kentucky?
by TruthDebater7 years ago
What is the minimum yearly or hourly salary you will work for? How did you determine your minimum salary? What is the lowest hourly or yearly salary you have worked for in the past?
by SparklingJewel5 years ago
here is one "perspective of facts"...anyone have another as well put together source of a "different perspective of facts" ?Seriously, just like the economy and how it is run, or how businesses are...
by Brittany Kennedy5 years ago
Is it illegal for an employer to refuse to pay you overtime?If an employer says that they "don't do overtime" and refuse to pay you for the time that they made you stay late at work, are you able to get that...
by Robert Erich5 years ago
With the continual outsourcing of jobs to other countries, the struggling national economy, and the unrealistic ability for everyone to earn a college degree, should minimum wage be eliminated?Just something that I have...
by XaosPoetry5 years ago
I think our economy needs to realize the power of writers. Most writers work off commission. I understand that every piece of work will not be helpful to a business. But i feel that it will open a bunch of jobs for...
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