Rich pull away from the rest of America

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Rich pull away from the rest of America
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Sun, 06-19-2011 - 7:41am
"We" wonder why people aren't spending money & there's slow job growth.

 


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Registered: 08-30-2002
Sun, 07-03-2011 - 11:17am

The last company I worked for hired a new manager that was a piece of work. People left, they didn't replace them. They just dumped their workload on the rest of us. Customers started getting angry about poor service. Eventually, all us experienced office staff left. This business shrunk and shrunk. Now they have moved to a smaller place with a smaller customer base. Closed down sales and service department. Lost their "counties best" reputation. Now, when I hear them mentioned in public, it's negative.



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Registered: 06-07-2011
Wed, 07-06-2011 - 8:23pm
((My DH will most likely retire from his company. He's 55 & finding a comparable pay/benefits would be impossible))

Whatever your husband does, he must have a pretty good job if it would be impossible for him to find another with comparable pay/benefits. I would think most people would be happy with a job that you could not get better pay or benefits elsewhere for doing the same work. Why on earth would he retire from that job so early?
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Thu, 07-07-2011 - 9:54am

"Why on earth would he retire from that job so early?"

NWtreehugger didn't say her DH was retiring at 55.

 


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Registered: 04-07-2002
Thu, 07-07-2011 - 11:07am
You misread my post.

FYI - I never said he was unhappy, just that he had a very heavy workload now because his employer hasn't been replacing all those who have left for various reasons.

When asked if he would leave, I pointed out that he is 55 (very hard to find employment at that age) & that his current job has good pay & benefits. I never said he was retiring at 55. In fact, he will, hopefully still have a job & most likely work right up until retirement age (65 or 67, can't remember which it is for his company retirement benefits). He just celebrated 30 yrs there last week.

 nwtreehugger  

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Registered: 04-07-2002
Thu, 07-07-2011 - 11:09am
Thank you!

 nwtreehugger  

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