- Oct 2021
Employees were ‘free’ to negotiate a work contract to their liking within the context of accepting the ‘prerogatives’ of managers to organised and remunerate their efforts as they saw fit (Fox, 1974).
- I agree with these words by Fox, 1974 where this verse emphasizes the right of employees that as employees they have the right to express an opinion in relation to what is entitled to be given to them based on the privileges and fundamental rights they possess. But my question is are the voices made by employees still taken seriously and heard by employers or in the workplace?
- Jun 2021
the Guardian. ‘TUC Says Covid Vaccine Efforts Hindered by Lack of Paid Time off for Jab’, 22 March 2021. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/mar/22/tuc-says-covid-vaccine-efforts-hindered-by-lack-of-paid-time-off-for-jab.
- paid time off
- covid vaccine efforts
- Vaccine rollout
- covid vaccine
- private sector
- Sep 2018
Improve practices for scheduling that take into account workers needs
Assessment and implementation of protective measures for long commutes particularly those linked to long hours of work to avoid safety risks
Improve information for LDLC workers about travel; assess the existing gaps to protect workers during their work related travel and develop or improve the tools for their protection
information LDLC workers
Improve information for LDLC workers about their rights related to OH&S and WC
Improve in a timely manner transportation services according to the needs of LDLC workers taking into account those with low income.
- Feb 2017
Once the employee is hired, the boss may ask on a moment’s notice that she work a half hour longer or else she’s fired, and she may not dare to even complain. On the other hand, if she were to so much as ask to be allowed to start work thirty minutes later to get more sleep or else she’ll quit, she might well be laughed out of the company. A boss may, and very often does, yell at an employee who has made a minor mistake, telling her how stupid and worthless she is, but rarely could an employee get away with even politely mentioning the mistake of a boss, even if it is many times as unforgivable.
Here and after the author treats as a libertarian problem what happens today under the rule of the State labor laws.
In a world without State labor laws, contracts would apply. Contracts could evolve and have all these situations expected in their clauses. Also, this seems to me to be a case for actually working law (which the criticism imagines as unexisting in a libertarian society): https://hypothes.is/a/PBirDvnYEeaWvjeIs4H9kg.
the boss rarely is
This is a lie, probably based on the author's first and second-hand experience with huge companies and none with small businesses.