The 11 worst companies to work for
Companies like to tout themselves as happy workplaces. But at these US companies -- based on ratings by their own employees -- workers don't much like going to work.
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It is a common complaint of all union workers. No company is bad; company is made by workers & people. Higher wages or increasing higher wages are to be linked sales of products, margin of profit after linking costs of production & quality of performance. Union members must upgrade their qualifications & competence that impels the management to increase wages & give promotions. Promotions are good motivators for employees as well good for employee image & company profile. It is joint interest of employees & employers in management of the company whether service industry or whether manufacturing industries. As the cost of raw materials are going up globally with multiple industries engaging in similar production process, ultimate product costs depend a lot on logistics to reduce dead costs element going to third party. It is responsibility of companies & PRO to educate & create awareness level of employees about the current trends of prices, demand, competition & logistics that will help enormously on working employees for higher wages or more promotions. Bring in fresh employees with new energy & fresh talents with new skills. Workers unions are good for company as there are few educated & enlightened employees to understand the employer perspective share their vision to convey right message to all workers. Unions are nerve centers & pulse of employees who constitute important human factor in production & process.
UNIONS can make all the difference...take it from a 70 yr old...without it business make slaves of their employees.
Gas stations dock the attendants' pay for shortages. Gasoline prices close in 9/10 of a cent, and there is no such coinage in the US monatary system. That means it's a mathematical certainty that the shift will come up short. The station owners know this, but they take the shortages from the employee as an easy way to make their books balance. I worked my way through college at a Texaco station. The owner was an honest man who told us about the 9/10's deal. He told me that in 25 years in the business, he had only seen a shift close to the penny once.
Poor support for printers in terms of new drivers for updated Windows software rendering a nearly-new $1,200 Multi-Function printer obsolete; ink hog inkjet printers that never come close to printing a fraction of the number of sheets claimed on one of your over-priced inkjet cartridges, etc.
You used to be a good company. But through a series of board missteps and bad judgement in terms of vision and direction, you suck it.
Unless they are giving away something,Dillards is so overpriced they have basically the same clothes as Macy's,
bring back FOLEY'S
Corporate Pig America at its finest. How come Wall Fart was not talked about?
I do not shop at any of the companies in this story. I refuse to.
What's wrong with people, don't all work places have good & bad aspects, no job is perfect & all sunshine & rainbows! Grow up! The real world is tough, be happy that in a time where there are millions who can't find jobs you actually have one! Suck it up, i can bet you most of your grandparents etc had it worse & didn't complain one bit, cause they did what they had to do to support their families & survive!!!
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