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How is this for a complicated story?
They wanted $15 dollars
[…] They wanted $15 an hour […]
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Effing justice, if you ask me.
Yes, and more kids will not learn what it is to work for someone.
Seems simple enough to me…
Math seems to work out better this way wouldn’t you think?
How about the peeps at Sea-Tac who got an instant raise to $15.00 per hour? They’re now asking for fewer hours ’cause they lost all their welfare freebies.
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Great one A. 🙂
I can’t tell for sure from the picture if there are robots doing the food preparation. If so can they be programmed to spit on the food too, like the old employees?
Good one Unit.
How about $15 p/customer served?
It´s sad but true.
I started out a $1.65. When you are a kid that is about what you are worth. It is how you learn a work ethic.
Yeah but there´s also some class warfare happening in america that makes it difficult to move up
Yes, my wages hadn’t moved in 15 years with inflation. In fact, worked two jobs just to make it through. Tell me about class. And I am white.
Both my brother and I with routes @ 5:30 in the morning, six days a week, $10-15 p/wk, happy as pigs in shit. P.S. We both gave the money to mom to help out. Man were we happy back then in the late 50’s and 60’s…
I am so wish we had the good old days. A pox on the houses of those who took it from us..
And accurate, too.
Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.
Let me see if I have this straight …
The automated order takers are able to replace an employee but the store owner won’t replace the labor at $10 an hour and realize the profit but only at $15? Do I have this right?
Seems to me the automation takes place under either circumstance.
No benefits, no spitting in the food, no days off. In other words. $15 is a break point and puts a fire under his ass to buy the machines.
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