Posted 4 years ago on May 26, 2014, 6:18 p.m. EST by DKAtoday
from Coon Rapids, MN
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If we operated on "reality" - if we honored reality. Then it would follow - that - the individual who was required to put in the most hours/days in any process/business - would be the most valuable person in the process/business - whether that individual was the CEO or the maintenance man. That individual if reality of necessity is followed would be the highest paid individual in that process/business. But when has whatever is Right/Correct to do - ever been reality?
OK - unleash the outrage. Show me just how much you believe in elitism - how much you believe in pride of place - rather than believe in pride/worth/need of contribution.
Look - this is my position:
If a process can not operate without any individual job being done by an individual - then - it follows that that job and in relation the individual doing that job - is an absolute necessity for the business/process not to fail for the business to be successful/prosperous.
Further "any" job that is a necessity for a business/process to operate/function and even prosper is an absolute essential and absolutely valuable position/job.
In my thinking - if a job need not be done - well then - there shouldn't be such a job as it is an unnecessary waste of time and money.
BUT - if any job is essential to make a complete process - well then - that job is no less valuable to any other job in the "complete" process.
So seeing things as I do - I do not feel that any ( and this would mean ALL ) job necessary to complete a process = the business - is worth any more or any less per hour than any of the other jobs necessary to make the business/process complete.
Following this thinking - then - all jobs should pay the same per hour - Top to Bottom.
OK - start screaming - go ahead - I know you want to.