Matt Davies for June 04, 2021

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    mwksix  about 3 years ago

    It may be strange, but the last one is an IFO…

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    ferddo  about 3 years ago

    To many bosses, rewarding workers for increased productivity that raises company profits is an alien concept…

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    • Thomas  about 3 years ago

    Crappy pay makes for crappy goods & services — and workers too. We can all be doing so much better. The obscene profit margins must go.

    If an employer cannot afford to pay a living wage for the position, then there is never was a real sustainable position to be had in the first place.

    Good riddance to businesses & institutions that go under because of poor practices [expenses exceed income]. Ya got no real business being in business, and are just sucking up capital and resources better used elsewhere.

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member about 3 years ago

    When you’re talking about unskilled jobs, yeah this is corrected, but for a person with proper training and skills wages have steadily gone up.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member about 3 years ago

    That’s the trouble with raising the bottom wages.. everyone on the ladder gets the same %.. and at a 6 figure income that’s a big increase.

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    gmadoll789 Premium Member about 3 years ago

    Boy, I’ll bet those gains even surpassed the gains in the profit margins!

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    grumpypophobart  about 3 years ago

    Want better wages? Unionise! Workers have one common enemy, the employing classes who want them to labor for nothing. The working classes are encouraged in this endeavour by what we once termed ‘conservative’, but have now degenerated into fascists and unfortunately, the genuinely conservative workers, fail to see it.

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    hawgowar  about 3 years ago

    “Look in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a red herring!!!

    This UFO thing is being used to divert attention from something else.

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    STEPUP  about 3 years ago

    I read the book by Adamski when I was a pre-teen. After being exposed, he admitted that the photo of the flying saucer (pictured in panel 3) was actually the top of a canister vacuum cleaner that he tossed up and took the photo while spinning!!!

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