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[–] shawnfromnh69 6 points -4 points (+2|-6) ago 

There should be a law that if the CEO of a cooporation makes more than 5 million a year then only 30% of their employees can be scheduled for part time of less than 30 hrs a week with or without benefits. It's rediculous that many of the CEO's can attribute their pay by keeping payrolls low and expenses by schedueling workers to so little work thereby having welfare to pick up the difference. Sure if people don't want to work full time fine but only having parttime jobs advertised or just planned on is a big fuck you to the country, taxpayer, and their workers and not only Walmart by far is guilty of this. Hell fast food have been playing this game for decades and having to many fast food establishments hiring a ton of part time adults vs a slightly less amount of them hiring more full time and a few part time as in 10 or 20% of the total including the managers would be more suitable and better for towns so they are not supplementing workers pay for cheap profit greedy owners that could put more without benefits full time workers on the schedule.

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[–] SquarebobSpongebutt 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

You do realize laws like Obamacare is why companies hire more and more part-time employees, right? Part-time employees don't have to have insurance and other benefits. Government causes 90-95% of the bullshit that you complain about but your solution is just more of it. Go ahead and pour some gas on that grease fire as I am sure that will put it out.

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[–] shawnfromnh69 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

I was just reading that since Trump already put an end to the manditory payments removing the rest of it would not be so hard because of some clause in a passed law that was put there to be able to kill that crappy legislation.

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[–] principle [S] 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

This is a common misconception. The highest ranking employee in any company is the Director. A CEO is not an employee of a company. A CEO represents the interests of the owners, and not of the employees. As long as the owners can squeeze the workers, they will. The corporations used to provide full insurance and retirement because they had to. So laws have to be changed to get a more equitable treatment for the workers. Instead we get the "Right to Work" type of laws that allow corporations to squeeze the workers even more.

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[–] piratse 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago  (edited ago)

"I want the government to tell me how to run my business." No thanks. Also "rediculous", you have to go back. EDIT: LOL nice DV reddit faggot.

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[–] shawnfromnh69 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

I voted for Trump so take that SJW insult back, uncalled for.

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[–] 12756996? 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Any sentence that starts with “There oughtta be a Law” is probably wrong. The fact that you said it suggests that you’re a reddit faggot who needs to go back.