Concepts Behind Unisic Ways
Concepts Behind Unisic Ways - A General Outline Of A Unisic Way Of Life
Concepts Behind Unisic Ways is a first attempt of working on creating a system of individual, social, communal, industrial, and economic values that could be applied in a unified world-wide acceptable medium applicable to anyone and everyone in any and every situation. The Concepts Behind Unisic Ways begins with an understanding of exactly what the term "Unisic" means. Unisic stands for United Society, Industry, and Community, although the term also covers much more than just those basic terms. The following information is primarily a basic line-up of ideas and concepts that could be applied under the Unisic definition explained above. Anyone and everyone is encouraged to participate in helping to shape the concepts behind Unisic ways of life.
Basic Principals Outlining Unisic Concepts
The basic principals that outline the Unisic concepts here begin at the individual level and the social level and meet relatively in the middle to address any and all associated concerns within each concept. This Unisic Medium is the common goal behind the Unisic way of life we should be focused on creating. This Unisic Medium limitlessly includes:
- The Individual Perception - in relation to the concept and it's effect on the individual person as well as an individual's effect in co-relation to the concept.
- The Social Perception - relating to the social acceptance and possible unacceptance in co-relation to the concept.
- The Economic co-relation, if any, relative to the concept.
- The Communal co-relation relative to the concept.
- Any other co-relations that should or may need to be addressed that are relative to the concept.
This is all to essentially diagnose and address all possibilities in relation to any matter a concept may relate to and to acknowledge the conjoining possibilities and effects of each concept, including leaving room for any new possibilities that may be included or otherwise coincide with a concept or conjunction of concepts, to further construct the Unisic Concept.
A Poll Of Individual Concerns
Of the choices below, which are you most concerned with?
Workforce Overhauling - A Primary Unisic Concept
Workforce Overhauling (WO for short) is a Unisic Concept that focuses on furthering the economy with both the individual and business in mind by leveling on an employment powering structure that benefits all in an entirely constructive way while creating full-time employment opportunities relative to any individual business medium and at the same time eliminating poverty.
- Tax Incentive -
First off, since they will be helping decrease crime, poverty, and unemployment in their surrounding communities, businesses should receive a rewarding tax incentive in return for offering a WO program. A first year tax bonus should also be rewarded to any person who successfully enters an offered WO program and achieves an actual position with that company.
- Trial Work Periods, Pay Packages, and Appropriated Personnel -
The WO program that a company offers will be in the form of Trial Work Periods that pay in Pay Packages suitable to the business and end in positions filled by Appropriated Personnel.
Trial work periods are offered on a monthly basis in exchange for a reasonable amount of products or services the business already offers as their custom pay package. The Pay Package itself will be readily available as if it were a prepaid tab with the company that they can use towards the products and/or services available.
The idea behind the pay packages over monetary gain are for a few reasons. First, this can allow a company to eliminate any overstocked merchandise or products they would otherwise be forced to toss out. Second, services offered can also be used as training sessions. Another good reason is to accommodate less fortunate individuals who are in the process of rehabilitating during their trial period - either from crime or poverty, or, in the case of substance abusers, preventing them from being able to more readily purchase drugs or alcohol and help them kick their habits.
The concept behind working during the trial periods should be flexible as well. Each week during the trial period, the prospective employee works an amount of shifts equal to a part-time job. Both employee and supervisor will agree on which shifts the employee will be readily available to work and the employee will be at the supervisor's discretion during those shifts. The supervisor will be allowed to test the employee in different areas of work during different shifts to determine where the employee is most effective, with each week tuning those shifts and work areas more effectively to hone in on that prospective employee's effectiveness.
This will be done with multiple WO workers present per shift so that all may be trained and tested to the best of their abilities in order to determine the most effective workers. The concept behind having many WO workers at a time will also serve to make sure there is always help available and customers can focus on enjoying their business experience without worrying about service issues.
At the end of the monthly trial period, positions with the company are awarded to proven employees, meanwhile, the other WO workers have completed earning their pay package and have the option to move on or continue working under the WO program for another pay package and chance to land a position.
This concept allows one to work many different WO jobs with different companies at the same time as well. As an example, let us pretend Joe and Jane are prospective WO workers. Joe was homeless and an alcoholic, meanwhile Jane has 6 kids and is a single mom who has little time for school.
Joe comes across a Homes for Humanity social worker who explains about a WO program offered by a local construction agency. Joe checks into this not expecting much and finds out that they not only have a WO program, but they offer one that more specifically tends to his needs with a very useful pay package that offers 1 month of rent-free, all utility-paid shelter as well as a WO position with a local supermarket that will provide him with an account to purchase $300.00 in specified food products during his trial period. In return, Joe must agree to work a reasonable amount of hours for both companies to account for his costs.
Joe now sits down with the supervisor of the construction agency and they agree to work him 5 shifts during week 1 for a total of 35 hrs. of work for that week. His first shift is a 5 hr. afternoon shift where he will do mostly cleanup duties, though they agree he can spend two half hour sessions learning construction trades he's shown interest in - carpentry and welding. They agree on his next shift being a morning shift that lasts 7 hrs. long with two of those hours focusing on his trades of interest. They plot out the rest of this first week in similar fashion before deciding to meet up with his new landlord later on that day after he's completed the setup session with his supermarket supervisor.
Jane has met up with the same supermarket supervisor about the WO program they're offering as well. Part of her pay package accounts for the childcare services she'll need in order to work each week as well as provide her time to go to school. She decides to focus on bakery and deli specializations while working for the supermarket as well as serving as a part-time librarian's helper at her school's library in order to accommodate for the remainder of the childcare costs.
Now, without going further, we can see that the economy has moved upwards for all parties involved in helping these two previously unemployed individuals overcome their situations. Joe is off the street and is being provided with food without allowing him easy access to continue drinking. Jane and her kids are also being provided with food and services that will allow Jane time to educate herself towards a career. They are also learning new trades along their ways. Meanwhile, business is being conducted amongst all the companies involved - both those with WO programs and those without (like the utility and childcare service companies who are being paid as part of the pay packages). Even the trainers involved are making out with more work and pay in their individual areas of expertise. In all, most of the parties directly associated with the WO programs are also receiving tax incentives and, in the case of our two workers, a tax bonus should they continue in the right direction and earn actual positions with the companies.
In any case, there may also be concerns with pitfalls, and solutions can be put into action to help limit or prevent these obstructions as well. Joe, for instance, could be automatically enrolled in AAA meetings to help with his alcoholism. Psychiatric evaluations could even be part of the WO programs offered in order to further each workers' situations.
More Unisic Concepts will address these situations along the way as we explore new, more constructive ways of everyone, not just being alive, but living successful lives.