Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Paid Vacation Bill Goes To The Hill

I hear you. In your case you at least have some form of compensation, compared to millions who don't or are intimidated routinely for merely having a job. My example meant to convey that even in the best of circumstances the cost of Fringe/Benefits should not be ignored or discounted.

we are turning into a thrid world, Chines or Indian business model by treating our workers like mules and not worry about these two key components of the pay model.

If entrepreneurs are suppose to be the vanguard of our growth, then they've surely figured out that they can't grow without screwing over their employees (thanks, in part, to some of the most dated laws on the books there are still some minor protections). They naturally gravitate towards cheap labor force and lax laws overseas - ALL THE WHILE BLAMING THE AMERICAN WORKER.

Wish you the best of luck.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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