Job Wars

People keep saying that I don’t care about job wars affecting low-wage workers. But I do and yes, they are affected. This is very similar tothe story where employees were fired for refusing to work after closing hours.

What the employees are being schooled to do with these firings is not to be “inclusive and diverse” but to work without pay and cover losses out of their own wages without complaint.

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One thought on “Job Wars”

  1. ” without pay and cover losses out of their own wages without complaint”

    How long before the entire workforce expresses a desire to donate a day’s labor for the good of the company? (for others, this is how Soviet propaganda described forced free labor from Soviet citizens)

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