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Corporations & companies retaliate against workers & unions

The High Cost of Fighting for $15

http://ourfuture.org/20150414/the-high-cost-of-fighting-for-15

Employees & workers who don’t obey and keep their mouths shut will be punished. If you’re like Oliver and ask for ‘more please’ you’re going to get slapped down. 26 more words

Wage-slavery

This woman should sue Days Inn and The Washington Post should help her & pay legal expenses

The Firing of This Minimum Wage Worker Reveals Why We Need More Labor Reporting | The Nation

http://m.thenation.com/article/203377-firing-minimum-wage-worker-reveals-why-we-need-more-labor-reporting

I feel sorry for this woman having to work for such a manager and company, not to mention in a state like Arkansas. 52 more words

Labor

A Deep Breathe for the Slave Race

I am extending my heart to the young’n. Your life is early, it is not too late.  Repent now in your ignorant freedom lest that germ of dogma nestles into your soul. 534 more words

Art

MORE JOBS, LESS WAGES

Wow! The unemployment rate supposedly just went to the lowest rate since 2008. That should be awesome news (if true), but it really isn’t because wages aren’t increasing.  118 more words

Everything Is Rigged

I am retired (ish)

Today was my last day at my current former employer. Wow does it feel good to write those words. It feels even better to write the following: if everything goes to plan, I will never have to take another wage-slaved job  420 more words

Top Five Shit Jobs

Like so many in this Age of Austerity, I’m unemployed. “Then get a job,” the uninitiated will mutter, most likely assuming you simply choose not to work, choosing instead to dance around to the Pointer Sisters in your robe all day, between porn marathons in which you clear the corner shop shelves of man-sized tissues, with food and rent money scuttling through the post slot from Immigrant and Single Mother Heaven on High. 1,909 more words

Non-fiction

Letters From the Cubicle Farm


The best days of our lives are being stolen from us. The pay that they give us will not even be a slight recompense to what they take. 356 more words

Art