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PostSubject: Occupational Ownership   Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:20 am

When I sign a contract with an employer am I not as an employee signing direct ownership of myself over to them as a financial investment,utility, and asset?

Is it not the transformation of selling myself as a economical utility?

Although we may like to think of ourselves free and independent in society our entire social mobility revolves around a paycheck or direct wealth deposit from our employers in that without them we have nothing.

( We are nothing in society.)

Is that grounds enough to say that those who employ us as the same time own us?

Is the employer the master and the employee the slave?
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PostSubject: Re: Occupational Ownership   Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:37 am

The Fool wrote:
Is the employer the master and the employee the slave?
Yes, of course.

The boss owns his workers, heart & soul.

The question is a matter you enjoy being responsible for others (as the boss) or not (as the worker)?

Personally-speaking, I despise being responsible for others ... when I cannot respect them to begin with.
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