-6I think the minimum wage should be at least $15/hour. You shouldn't have to get out of bed for less than $100/day - after taxes.
+3I hate it when someone offers me a job "on salary". That's a nice way of saying I'll be working a 60 hour workweek, but I'll only be paid for 40 hours.
+4I think employers that give insurance and benefits to their full time employees should also have to give them to part time employees, especially when the company puts a freeze on hiring more full time help.
-1It's rather ignorant when people suggest that someone with an appealing voice becomes a voice actor, there are significantly greater challenges in voice acting than having a "nice" voice, amirite?
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+16I want to be hired for a position because I am the most qualified to work it, not because of my gender or ethnicity, and that's why I think we should do away with affirmative action. It's not right to pick someone less qualified than another because you need a certain number of a certain minority in order to appear diverse.
+8A bus station is a place where the bus stops. A train station is a place where the train stops. On my desk at work I have a work station...
+3"i am flexible enough to perform in all position'' in your resume will fetch you the private secretary job without a doubt
+4When there's a person at work taking their aggressions out on the people who are still there (you e.g.) to help (when everbody else has left without thinking) and you're so stressed that your heart is in your throat, you just want to say 'Back off bitch, or so help me, I WILL punch you.' amirite?
+40Even though it's not fair, I think there will always be a difference in how much women are paid as compared with men. It's too hard to prove that the pay difference is based on gender alone, and employers know this.
+2I don't think pre-employment drug testing should be mandatory. I don't think a person should be drug tested unless their poor work performance merits it.
+100Some people have argued about whether or not women should be allowed in combat positions within the military. While I can't say I would ever make that choice for myself, I think women should have the right to choose how they serve their country. If a woman knows what the risks are and still chooses a combat position, that's her prerogative.