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Old 11-08-2018, 02:03 PM
 
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More businesses than ever before seem to be micromanaging. The odd effect is that while it has increased layers of management it has decreased layers of operating staff.

What a game. Major profits going to the top and yet today's worker's-particularly those right out of school -don't seem to get it. They give little consideration to their job benefits and paid time off and job security.

I understand the hypocrisy of schools and big businesses as they're making big profits from this philosophy but I don't understand why parents aren't instilling in their youth a need for job security and benefits.

What is this world doing?
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Old Today, 01:58 PM
 
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I have the same question.

All I know is only the smartest businesses will survive after 2020. A lot will go under very soon.
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