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Re: work life balance
  • 5/18/2015 11:59:20 PM
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Louis absolutely, unfortunately it rarely happens unless the employee is leaving or HR makes a change based on grades etc.It is sad when you see a top contributor is not fairly compensated for their value.

Re: work life balance
  • 5/17/2015 8:03:24 PM
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@Maryam   Good point.  There is a trade off and certainly more is expected.   I think we are forgetting about those who outperform their current pay, some would be happy to be fairly compensated for what they already produce  - but your point is certainly what happens normally.

Re: work life balance
  • 5/17/2015 5:15:43 PM
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it's a good point, Maryam. More money usually means more responsibility, more hours, moe weekends. Rare is the boss who says, "Here's more money... just keep doing what you're doing and don't change a thing."

Re: work life balance
  • 5/16/2015 5:02:03 PM
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Exactly there are often "opportunity costs" that are part of the higher salary more travelling, longer commute, longer hours.

Re: work life balance
  • 5/16/2015 12:23:30 AM
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Lol probably not. I suspect we're all assuming that the box we ticked is the only one that changes in our working conditions. But of course, in the real world, it's almost never like that.

work life balance
  • 5/13/2015 8:48:36 PM
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Hmm would you all make the same choice if the increase came with longer working hours?

What do Big Data Analytics and Cindy Lauper have in Common ?
  • 5/9/2015 8:34:28 PM
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Interesting the early results, seem be following Cindy Laupers' "Money Changes Everything...."

And can you blame them ?

 

I am not surprised.  Sing it Cindy !

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aK-UjR3Oj4

 

 

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