Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Gotta love the kiwis. The viaduct is awesome, btw.
I was just about to send that to you. LULZ.
In my opinion, WORK always involves the transformation of some raw ressource into a value added product.For example, a masonry worker will take bricks and assemble them into a wall and create added value to the home owners.THAT is work.Or, some factory worker will assemble electronic parts into an added value product.I wonder what value and what transformation do HR ladies perform ?I cannot accept that HR personnel perform "work".Taking a raw candidate and training him to be a skilled factory worker, THAT is work and THAT is what HR should be about.Screening candidates doesn't seem like work to me. You don't screen random electronic parts hoping that a completed TV set will emerge.HR exists precisely because employers no longer want to work at training and forming competent employees.Employers and companies invest a lot of money in trying to invest as little money and efforts as possible into their employees. This all seems pretty stupid and self-defeating to me.
Classic.I love that it got banned for showing women in a negative light. A shame that none of the ads which show men to be complete imbeciles has been banned yet...
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