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FREEWILL56 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-12-08 08:09 AM
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80. You are quite right and I hadn't quite thought of it this way.
Edited on Fri Dec-12-08 08:20 AM by FREEWILL56
It makes me wonder now why they just didn't keep it as personnel. Why the insertion of human, as if they have anything else like animals, insects, or birds to do the work? It's a people peon pool for those damn CEOs and upper management and they don't usually go through 'human resources' now do they?
I don't blame the UAW for taking a stance against pay cuts when management screwed things up and didn't take their pay cuts and all too much we are seeing them still wanting their big bonuses. Bonuses are for those that excel in a good way and any company that is going down the tubes isn't successful. They aren't failing because of the rank and file getting too much, but because of management's greed, bad decisions, and their own wish to be part of the stock market gamble. When all else fails they blame the grunts for their own blunders and as scape goats they are meant to be punished instead of management.
I wonder if the foreign automaker CEOs make as much as the big 3 CEOs? Why don't we hear these pukes demanding they lower the big 3's huge salaries and eliminate their bonuses for upper management?
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