"Other deductions can still be made, even if the employee will receive less than 60% of their net pay. So, the net pay could be zero, and it could still be legal."
"Maybe", she pondered, "but would it be ethical?"
"Ethics is a matter of opinion", he responded, "Commerce or Countries don't run on opinion".
The doctor came out of her bedroom moments after he'd gone in and asked Mr. Trimble, "Got a hammer?"
Puzzled, Mr. Trimble went into his workshop and returned with a hammer.
"At least you know now," Isha smiled benignly at them, "that you will both be getting something."
"I will give who I wish, what I wish, when I wish," Rosh stopped her in her tracks. "Without having to be fair to the other. I may also choose not to give anything at all to anyone. Remember that."
Inspirational Business Story: The Richest Man Ever
What one person can do with a big enough vision & mighty action.
John D. Rockefeller wasn't perfect, but he ...
Hosh laughed. He knew that frogs were raunchy.
“The dumb shit didn't think," continued Josh, "about what would happen to him, or to his family if he fell from the Eiffel Tower and died. He tried climbing Mount Improbable."
Programmed monkeys show how company policy begins, and is then used to kill initiative & brick wall employee remuneration.
Insightful corporate management story
If you overvalue your work, the world will likely step in to knock down your price.
But if you undercharge yourself, it's unlikely that the world will step in to compensate you appropriately.
You can’t rely on others to value you correctly. It is not in their best interests to do so.
Rosh lampoons Company Policy again, when his quarterly pay review delivers no increments.
Funny business management story with retold jokes on company policies ...
"An eagle was sitting on a tree resting," answered Rosh, remembering an old online joke he'd read, "doing nothing."
"A little rabbit saw the eagle and asked him, "Can I also sit like you and do nothing?"
You might have heard people being fired for not doing well, but there are many whose careers are destroyed simply because they do too well.
Too well for their own good.
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