Do You Think Workers With Children Are Favored More Than Those Without At The Work Place?
It depends upon two things in my opinion. The workplace culture and the opinions of those in charge. We are having children soon and I think that will go in our favour at our workplaces.
I was thinking maybe we're built by evolution to instinctively think of those with families as more trustworthy than others. So unconsciously workers with children will be favored, even if the employer isn't aware of this bias. It would be fascinating if this were true.
no they are not the fact that they have kids is used against them
the employer knows they have bills that others do not this gives the employer leverage to get them to take pay cuts work odd hours overtime give up benifits and more
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