#95 heads Up

28th Jan 2018, 3:28 PM

#95 heads Up
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Chippewa Ghost on 28th Jan 2018, 3:39 PM

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Obviously.

MK_Wizard on 28th Jan 2018, 6:30 PM

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This is not looking good for her.

MadJak91 on 28th Jan 2018, 8:22 PM

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Tsk. They should be arrested for that alone. That is some bravery to just state it like that. I guess they are covered if contracts were signed and the workers are paid what they were promised. Not that makes it suddenly okay or anything. Legality is always whatever so eh. Sucks.
What a bunch of scammers :/

Travis on 28th Jan 2018, 8:49 PM

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This happens all the time in real life. Small business owners don't think twice about it.

BUMBLEBEE on 29th Jan 2018, 12:14 AM

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It makes some sense... if you employ them at the business it’s cheaper to just use them for whatever additional work you have that needs doing than it is to invest in a new hire, with background checks and interviews and whatnot. Of course it does bring you a step closer to being a plantation owner...

Travis on 30th Jan 2018, 1:55 PM

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In practice, it's usually not the worst thing. Sometimes owners do it to give hours to employees when work is slow, but on principle, it really puts the owner on a higher level than the people doing the work that makes a company it's money. Any objective human can feel the indignity.

MadJak91 on 31st Jan 2018, 8:17 PM

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Yes.
I am not sure how it is over there but here I am QUITE tired of the start-up bubble. Some hot shot "businessperson" thinks they can start their own company by hiring thirsty graduates (paid crap for their skill but unfortunately many are not taught by their school how to evaluate themselves (on purpose probably)) and then they pocket what they can before the company goes under. After terrible experiences my bro had and the stress his contract caused him and me last year, he at least learned to ask me or anyone else although I did give a few of those guys what for :)

AmeliaP on 29th Jan 2018, 8:19 PM

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Mwauahuahauh it's just to mention kids and labor in the same sentence, Mr. Harm goes crazy XD This woman deserves it

Travis on 30th Jan 2018, 1:58 PM

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right? where's that line between young entrepreneurship, and exploitive child labor? I guess it would depend on how much work, how much labor, and how optional it was..

AmeliaP on 2nd Feb 2018, 2:57 PM

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Indeed! (Although I'd like to work when I was a kid, but my parents didn't allow me. Maybe some children have it :) But, yeah, exploitative child labor is a shame)
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