CEO greed is taking away from your family time

2013-09-27T00:00:00Z CEO greed is taking away from your family time nwitimes.com
September 27, 2013 12:00 am

Are you tired of being an unpaid employee of countless corporations? Think about all you have to do on a daily basis and how little time that allows you be with your family.

But CEOs don’t care about you or anything else but their executive bonus program.

Instead of creating a new product or service to increase sales, they cut pay and fire the employees they have. They spend big money getting us to do the work they used to pay people to do.

New commercials tout this as a perk for you. You get to manage your own account and they get to fire more people.

Multiply that by every “service” or product you use, and you can see how their greed affects your family time.

They want that time to be sacrificed on their altar of the executive bonus program. Do you want more work, but no paycheck for it?

- Barbara DeLeon, Chesterton

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