The Fed is the problem, not the solution Submitted by cpowell on Mon, Daily Dispatches Economic Free-Fall? In this case, the people are Wall Street's titans, who are scared witless at the prospect of their historic implosion.
Monday, October 17, William Greider: Work Rules The arthur goes on to discuss the employees being not only the employees but the owner of the company as well. The belief is that productivity increase dramatically plus it gives the employees a since of ownership.
The story even discusses how Labor Unions have become active in employee company takeovers in situations where companies are closing older plants. The employees with the assistance of the labor union have takeover the company and saved a number of jobs and kept viable plants amd equipment alive and producing.
The entire labor movement is constantly at odds with itself.
Both sides go against what the American dream is about. We promote capitalism, the all-american economy but then we are creating a labor relationship that goes against the very basic rights we are taught that we are entitled as human beings.
If you promote the albor side of the issue then we are going against capitalism, which lies at the very core of American economics. Friday, October 14, William Greider: Work Rules This story is about the american relationship of the employer and the employee.
The essential point of the story is that the existing the relation that commonly exists between employers and employees goes against what we as Americans are taught.
We are taught that every human being has certain inaleinable rights.
Some of those rights are the freedom of speech and choice. We are fortunate enough to live in a country that those "god given" rights are protected by are very own Constitution. The story describes how the emloyer and employee relationship is nothing more then a argeement of rental.
In this case the item being rented is some individual's skill or simple labor.
The arthur went as far as to describe the relationship as nothing more then "pimping" our selves out What a perspective on the subject! When you look at the simplicity of the relationship, the arthur hits a homerun with his analysis.
The story goes on to discuss how the rank and file of a company is considered as an input by upper management, even though is type of conideration takes away from the value of the individual or individuals and the contributions to the company.
When you take a moment to contemplate the arthur's analysis of the emloyer and employee relationship it appears that the American people over time have been deceived.
We have been raised in a manner that we as a society do not know any better but yet if we would stop and think we do know better. The problem is that people taken everyday life for granted.
People must become bold thinkers and have the courage to think off in "left field" when no else is willing to.It allows individuals to choose how they allocate their time, where (and if) they work, and what they do with the money they earn.
How could any freedom-loving person object to such a scenario. But many people do not experience freedom in the current economy, as William Greider and Jon Wight point out. William Greider has created, in "Work Rules", an overview of the social responsibility movement that is full of hope.
While he never fails to note the overwhelmingly concentrated wealth, as well as the corruption and disinterest, which keep the forces of insatiable capitalism in a position of.
Who Will Tell the People is a call to action. He makes a good argument that we'd better get busy if we are to make government work for us.
He makes a good argument that we'd better get busy if we are to make government work for us. Oct 14, · William Greider: Work Rules This story is about the american relationship of the employer and the employee.
The essential point of the story is that the existing the relation that commonly exists between employers and employees goes against what we as Americans are taught. Secrets of the Temple by William Greider In a nation that was proud of hard work, strong families, close-knit communities and our faith in God, too many of us now tend to worship self-indulgence and consumption.
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With hard-edged reporting, Greider shows how concerned citizens are regularly excluded from a meaningful political voice through deceptive laws drafted on behalf of vested interests, manipulation.