Rich people’s success is due to other people’s hard work. Usually that of either ancestors, employees, and the employees of their ancestors.
And I see this all the time, even at a basic store level. How many times do you walk into a store and some annoying employee is always there, trying to push the store card on you, or get you to sign up for whatever? Chances are, they get nothing for this. They’re offering this to you to keep themselves from getting FIRED. At best, employees are slightly rewarded, but it’s scraps, basically. For all their hard work driving results for their store, they get nothing. 20-cent annual raise at best. And upper management gets to take home nice fat bonus checks.
I just got asked to stay late and work on the salesfloor.
In case any of you need a reminder, I’m Assets Protection.
Found a skinned gorilla.
I swear no one ever buys these. I always see more defected than sold each year. It’s a wonder Target still carries them. No idea how they’re making a profit from people breaking costumes.
A Starbucks is facing criticism for denying a pregnant woman use of its bathroom, even after she said she would buy an item.
Okay this story actually kind of pissed me off, and not in a way that you’d expect.
I felt bad for this woman up until the very end of the article.
She had ONE bad experience with ONE employee, and now she’s “boycotting” Starbucks. Like, how immature are you. Grow the fuck up. First off, you are going to have ZERO impact on the company, so just get over it. Secondly? They company is trying to make the situation right.
But nah she’s just gonna act like a spoiled little brat. Like being pregnant suddenly makes her a special entitled snowflake.
Businesses down’t OWE you ANYTHING if you’re not paying for their goods or services. ”Restroom for customer use only” is a common policy you can find in most places. Sure, the employee probably made a bigger deal out of it than he should, especially when the husband and other customer offered money, but like I said. BOYCOTTING?
Christ I’d hate to see how her child turns out.
T-Mobile is now requiring their employees to work on Christmas Day and other major holidays.
Big businesses keep pushing out policies to maximize profits in every way possible, at the expense of workers’ rights.
Big companies have to start thinking about their employees over profits. It is time for us to stand up with the workers of T-mobile and tell management it is not ok to mandate work on major holidays.
Tell T-Mobile: It’s not fair to require employees to work on Christmas. Eliminate your new requirement for employees to work on major holidays.
Please sign and pass along.
I say why stop at T-Mobile. Tell EVERY company!
And there it is. Hard, real proof that Target just wants to take as much money as they can and give as little as possible to the employees.
They said it themselves right here, clear as day, not even trying to hide it.