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Government Employee’s Three Wishes

A State Government Employee sits in his office and out of boredom, decides to see what’s in his old filing cabinet. He pokes through the contents and
comes across an old brass lamp. “This would look nice on my mantelpiece,” he thinks, so he takes it home with him.

While polishing the lamp, a genie appears and grants him three wishes.

“I wish for an ice cold diet Pepsi right now!”


A Pepsi appears before him on his desk, so he picks it up and guzzles it all at once.

Now that he can think more clearly, he states his second wish. “I wish to be on an island where I can have total peace and solitude.”


Suddenly he is on an island with no one around to place demands on his time. Absolute leisure has finally come without conditions. He then tells the
genie his third and last wish: “I wish I’d never have to work ever again.”


He’s back in his government office.

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T.J. Maxx Continuing to Pay Employees of Closed Puerto Rico Stores

TJX Cos. is treating its people right. 

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Amazon’s Employees To Strike in Italy During Black Friday

MILAN – Amazon will likely have to face more than just the usual delivery frenzy in Italy during Black Friday.
According to a statement released on Thursday by the Fist-Cisl trade union, Amazon’s employees based in the distribution and logistic plant located in Castel San Giovanni, in Lombardy, will protest against long working hours and low salaries on Nov. 24.
Fist-Cisl general secretary Pierangelo Ranieri pointed out that the significant growth of the e-commerce business in Italy should push trade unions and companies to define a collective agreement guaranteeing employees sustainable working hours and adequate salaries.
Around 30 percent of the plant’s employees are expected to protest on Friday, according to Francesca Benedetti, general secretary of Fisascat-Cisl Piacenza, which announced the strike.
The trade union is also organizing a demonstration outside the Amazon plant where representatives of the labor union will be present to show their support to workers. “Employees need to feel protected because they worry about the company’s reactions,” Benedetti said.
She also added that “after a negotiation that lasted two years with Amazon, which did not take into account our requests nor did it provide any solution, it was the right time to debate issues such as health and safety conditions and

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T.J. Maxx Continuing to Pay Employees of Closed Puerto Rico Stores

TJX Cos. is treating its people right. 

After Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, the retailer had to close all 29 of its T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods locations on the island. A Facebook post brought the whole

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How Employees Everywhere End Up Working For Free

Are we really so shocked that Urban Outfitters asked its salaried office workers to “volunteer” their time on a weekend unpacking boxes in a company warehouse? 

The hipster retailer’s parent company URBN — which also owns Anthropologie and Free People — came up for a cycle of Internet thrash-and-shame this week, after Gawker published an internal company email with the subject line “A Call for URBN Volunteers.” Salaried employees were urged to “work side by side” with paid workers in a Pennsylvania fulfillment center to pack and ship orders. “Get your co-workers together for a team building activity!” the email said. There would be free lunch.

The company defended the practice, saying workers were enthusiastic about the opportunity. “The dedication and commitment of URBN employees are second to none,” URBN said in an emailed statement to The Huffington Post.

It’s pretty hard to find any salaried worker in 2015 who isn’t “volunteering” free time to the boss in some way — whether they’re checking and responding to email at the playground while watching the kids, logging on at home on Sunday to “get ready” for the workweek, logging on after the kids go to bed to “finish up” for the day or attending awkward networking events at bars and restaurants for “fun” and “team building.” Managers pinch-hit extra hours for cashiers and waiters who call in sick. Work has crept into every corner of our lives — who hasn’t checked their work email from the comfort of their bed?

Urban Outfitters just seems to have taken this phenomenon to its sadly logical extreme.

Now, you’ll want to say: Well, these are salaried workers. Managers! These people are supposed to put in extra hours, in exchange for higher status and the flexibility and freedom that come with it. Not to mention those big fat paychecks they collect.

And OK, yes: Consultants, investment bankers and the like put in 80-hour weeks and are arguably well-compensated for their time. Whether that’s worth all the stress and the loss of time with family is another question — as is whether a person can really be said to be “free” if they’re working 80 hours a week.

The thing is, there are a lot of workers who earn “salaries” of as little as $ 24,000 a year. These employees are essentially volunteering their time — beyond the standard 40 hours — for no extra compensation.

Urban Outfitters managers pull in an average of $ 38,000 a year, according to data from the salary website Glassdoor.

Many, many employers are doing this thing where they’ll hire people for salaried jobs with fancy titles so they can milk those employees without having to pay overtime. Workers may feel like they’re advancing professionally, but on a day-to-day level, they’re struggling to get by.

Under federal law, workers who don’t get paid overtime — so-called “exempt employees” — are supposed to be executives, managers and well-compensated white-collar workers. But the definition has grown pretty broad over the decades since the law was originally drawn up.

In 1975, 62 percent of salaried, full-time workers qualified for overtime pay, including a majority of college graduates. Today, only 8 percent of workers qualify for overtime. The rest, presumably, are “volunteering” whenever their workweek spills over into their free hours.

Retail managers are particularly vulnerable to this. When companies want to avoid paying overtime to hourly workers, these managers end up doing the same kind of shift work — but for no extra pay. Last month, a CVS night manager making $ 34,000 a year told The American Prospect about working extremely long hours, pitching in for hourly employees who had to be sent home because the company didn’t want to pay overtime.

The definition of “manager” has grown so absurdly overinflated that the Obama administration and the U.S. Department of Labor are currently revising the rules about who gets to wear the label.

Currently, your employer doesn’t need to pay you for overtime hours if you make more than $ 23,660 a year — in other words, just above the poverty line. Under the proposed new rules, which may take effect next year, the threshold would be raised to $ 50,400 — the U.S. median income. If you make less than that, you would be eligible for overtime pay. As many as 5 million workers could be affected. 

In opposing the new rules, the Society for Human Resource Management is trying to argue that salaried workers lose out on prestige and flexibility when they go back on the clock.

“For a lot of people, the difference between hourly or salaried is the difference between a job and a career,” Nancy Hammer, senior government affairs policy counsel at the HR lobby group, told The Wall Street Journal recently.

That’s one way to look at it. Here’s another: In real life, for a lot of people, the difference between “hourly” and “salaried” is the difference between working for pay and working for free. Hourly workers get paid for their time, while salaried workers get to “volunteer” their lives to the company — often in exchange for a “career” that pays very little.

One paralegal who spoke to the Journal admitted that it did feel like a demotion when, a decade ago, he had to start clocking in at work. But, he told reporters Rachel Emma Silverman and Rachel Feintzeig, “it’s nice to know that if you have to stay late, you’re being paid for those hours that you’re working.”


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A fellow stopped at a rural petrol station and, after filling his tank, he paid the bill and bought a soft drink. He stood by his car to drink his
cola and he watched a couple of men working along the roadside. One man would dig a hole two or three feet deep and then move on. The other man came
along behind and filled in the hole. While one was digging a new hole, the other was about 25 feet behind filling in the old hole. The men worked
right past the fellow with the soft drink and went on down the road. “I can’t stand this,” said the man tossing the can in a trash container and
heading down the road toward the men.

“Hold it, hold it,” he said to the men. “Can you tell me what’s going on here with this digging?”

“Well, we work for the county, ” one of the men said.

“But one of you is digging a hole and the other fills it up. You’re not accomplishing anything. Aren’t you wasting the county’s money?”

“You don’t understand, mister,” one of the men said, leaning on his shovel and wiping his brow. “Normally there’s three of us–me, Rodney and Mike. I
dig the hole, Rodney sticks in the tree and Mike here puts the dirt back.

Now just because Rodney’s sick, that don’t mean that Mike and me can’t work.”

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News in Brief: Jeff Bezos Assures Amazon Employees That HR Working 100 Hours A Week To Address Their Complaints

SEATTLE—In response to accusations of an abusive workplace environment, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos assured employees Tuesday that the company’s human resources staff was working 100 hours a week to address their complaints. “I’ve heard your grievances, and I promise that HR is toiling 16 hours a day, plus weekends, until the problem is solved,” read a company-wide email from Bezos, who promised that members of the human resources department would not be allowed to rest for a single second until allegations of a cruel, backstabbing office culture at Amazon were fully dealt with. “Nothing matters more to me than the well-being of our employees, and our HR staff will continue to work their fingers to the bone—not seeing their families or friends or anything at all outside their offices—for as long as it takes to make this right.” Bezos added that any employee not fully …

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American Voices: Walmart Allowing Employees To Wear Denim To Raise Spirits

In an effort to raise the spirits of employees who have made complaints about low pay and the lack of flexible hours, Walmart has announced it will relax its dress code to allow employees to wear black or blue denim in addition to black or blue khakis. What do you think?

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American Voices: Tech Industry Employees Drinking Liquid Meals To Work Longer Hours

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Luxottica Employees Wish Leonardo Del Vecchio Happy 80th

Luxottica Group’s employees decided to wish Leonardo Del Vecchio, the company’s founder and chairman, a happy 80th birthday through a full-page advertisement in the Italian daily Corriere della Sera on Friday. “77,395 wishes. Happy birthday president, from the whole world of Luxottica,” read the page, which featured a sketch of a pair of glasses.
Earlier this week, Del Vecchio revealed plans to distribute an aggregate maximum of 140,000 Luxottica Group shares worth about 9 million euros, or $ 10 million at current exchange, to all of his firm’s 8,000 employees in Italy.

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Laid Off Canadian Target Employees Embrace ‘Closing Time’ With Bittersweet Music Video

Target Canada closed every last one of the chain’s department stores on Sunday, but not before six employees in Victoria, British Columbia, sent theirs off with a proper farewell.

The workers — still wearing their red Target shirts — made a music video as the store packed up its last items, playing a cover of Semisonic’s “Closing Time” while seated on a dolly being dutifully, purposefully, pulled through the barren aisles.

“We poured our heart into our final goodbye through song, to a job we loved, and a building that contains so many great memories,” drummer Evan Holbein wrote in a comment accompanying the video on Facebook.

According to the video’s YouTube description, the final product was shot in one take, with no practice, and “lots of improvisation.” In addition to Holbein on the drums rhythmic shopping basket, other band members included Liam McDonald on vocals and Kyle Vanderberg on guitar. Liam Kelly and Brady Zomer pulled the cart, and Eric Deibert caught the whole thing on video.

Reached for comment by the Star Tribune, Semisonic’s actual drummer, Jacob Slichter, said he found the cover to be “really powerful; that slow walk through the empty store and the sounds of things being loaded in the background.”

“I really hope these guys find jobs,” Slichter added.

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