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WI Reps Drafting Bill For 7-Day Work Week [Pic+]

On behalf of anti-union business lobby. But they`re just trying to give businesses options.

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WI Reps Drafting Bill For 7-Day Work Week [Pic+]. On behalf of anti-union business lobby. But they`re just trying to give businesses options.
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McDuff73
Male, 30-39, Europe
 678 Posts
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 9:01:05 PM
Then using your 'logic`, the said law is useless because companies will just break them. (You`re not really very good at this, are you? If you can`t be consistent, at least try to be entertaining. So far you`ve only managed to be tedious.)

yes because the fact that companies break laws means we shouldnt have them, thats a stunning piece of `logic` right there, we should remove all laws that have ever been broken.
If you find discourse tedious maybe move on and stop wasting our time with your inane posts?

McDuff73
Male, 30-39, Europe
 678 Posts
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 8:58:29 PM
"And yet, you're arguing against just that. A group of duly elected officials in WI want to update the law. (Oh, you only want YOUR `duly elected officials` to have that privilege)"

Wrong again, where did I say I wouldn`t abide by the rule, I can challenge a piece of legislation without breaking the law. And are you not doinghe exact thing your attacking me for, you want your rights over anyone else lol.

McDuff73-
"I would suggest that your implications about the term liberal "


...is dead on accurate.

Ahh there you go and thats why you have added nothing to the discussion, your myopic to anyone that doesnt share your values, such is the behaviour of a hypocrit.


Angilion
Male, 40-49, Europe
 11420 Posts
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 8:42:06 PM
Actually, shift work means having MORE chances of doing things at regular times.


Well, that's just silly blather.

I`ll go back to the original example - someone who wants to send their child to school and pick them up, Mon-Fri. She`s available to work 0830-1430 Mon-Fri and longer hours at the weekend.

Her employer goes to 7 day shiftwork.

This week she`s working 0830-1430 Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri and 0900-1700 Sat. So she can send off and pick up her child.

What`s she working next week? No way of knowing. It could be any time, any day. Whatever her employer chooses to impose on her.

Maybe she`ll be able send off and pick up her child. Maybe not.

Same thing every week.



To claim that having irregular hours means having MORE chances of doing things regularly is so obviously wrong that I`m at a loss to describe how wrong it is.

Angilion
Male, 40-49, Europe
 11420 Posts
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 8:31:51 PM
Oh I agree completely. I highly doubt that the intention here is to give people more choice; however, it is the outcome.


No, it isn't. When people have to work whatever days they are told to work, with different days and different numbers of days per week, that is not more choice. Not for employees, anyway. More choice for employers, yes. There`s always more peasants to use.

MeGrendel
Male, 40-49, Southern US
 4524 Posts
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 12:58:10 PM
McDuff73-" government enforcing a group right by dint of being elected to office by a majority? or should government not rule by majority "


And yet, you're arguing against just that. A group of duly elected officials in WI want to update the law. (Oh, you only want YOUR `duly elected officials` to have that privilege)

McDuff73-[quote]"I would suggest that your implications about the term liberal "[/quote]

...is dead on accurate.

McDuff73-[quote]"ahh because no company ever has breached regulations "[/quote]

Then using your `logic`, the said law is useless because companies will just break them. (You`re not really very good at this, are you? If you can`t be consistent, at least try to be entertaining. So far you`ve only managed to be tedious.)

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