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- Oct 31, 2011
Win – win can’t reconcile the fact that 80% of Americans consistently state that they hate their job. If most felt it was a win-win that percentage would be near 0% and nobody would ever quit their job. The vast majority of Americans, typically represented around 80% in surveys over the last several decades have routinely reported they hate their jobs, hate the company they work for, and wish they could do something differently.@Kak @Vigilante
I quite enjoyed the debate on capitalism!
@Vigilante many of your words remind of communist propaganda. It alludes to workers being exploited by capitalists and wage slavery.
The existence of inequality does not imply or prove some are being taken advantage of, nor that profit is being created by the owner/boss at the expense of the worker.
Just because one has a direct boss, does not exclude serving themselves, as long as one has the choice of whom to call boss.
There are many companies even, that many people will find it a privilege to be able to work for. Which further adds support to the notion that working for a boss/company can very well coincide with serving one's self.
Obviously when one is the owner, they will be serving themselves even more so, but that does not mean a worker cannot also serve themselves.
And thus, it is indeed a win win situation, both for the employer, and the employee, even if the employer generates profit from the employee's time and labor.
To whom does that sound like a win-win arrangement? Eight out of every 10 employees routinely states that it is not win-win. You have to objectively look at data over theory.
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