r/WorkReform 12d ago

❔ Other I wish I had this level of guts and confidence

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r/WorkReform 5d ago

❔ Other LinkedIn has turned into a war zone

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21.8k Upvotes

r/WorkReform 8d ago Take My Energy

❔ Other The news media ignoring declining American life expectancy in favor of nonsense like "quiet quitting" is one of their most heinous lies of omission to date

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r/WorkReform 9h ago

❔ Other Why are we paying for the commute to work?

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Tell me if I'm missing something, but how is it not a basic duty of the employer to pay for the time and cost of their employees' commute to work? This isn't personal time, this is time and money exclusively lost for the sake of the company. Why aren't hourly rates counted for this time? And gas expenses as well.

If they had to, maybe companies would invest more in various forms of efficient public transport, which would reduce overall spending and gas emissions in this critical time. Maybe there would be more push to lower housing prices for people to afford to live near their workplace.

The responsibility for commute should be on employers, not employees. It's daylight robbery and I'm surprised employers are just universally getting away with it.

r/WorkReform 28d ago

❔ Other Perfect Petty 😏

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r/WorkReform 27d ago

❔ Other The US should break up monopolies – not punish working Americans for rising prices

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r/WorkReform 21d ago

❔ Other Ignoring me for a week, is this good enough?

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11.5k Upvotes

r/WorkReform 5d ago

❔ Other Let’s Have More 4 Day Work Week State Bills Proposed

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r/WorkReform 11d ago

❔ Other Dept of Labor is investigating Dollar General

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Follow-up to this post - https://www.reddit.com/r/WorkReform/comments/10i58ne/dg_new_rule_workers_must_stay_on_the_premises/

I reported Dollar General to the Dept of Labor. DG's policy is that employees have to clock out for unpaid breaks, but they're not allowed to leave the premises in case they're needed to do work. The DOL agent confirmed this is not an uninterrupted break; she's on call, and that means she has to be paid for it. If it's an unpaid break, DG cannot legally require them to stay on the premises.

The Dept of Labor is launching an investigation, and it sounds like my daughter will be getting backpay for all the breaks she had to clock out for.

The DOL agent said she'll be hearing from them again mid-February.

r/WorkReform 7d ago

❔ Other Recruiter believes it’s “stealing” employees when they leave for companies that offer WFH.

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867 Upvotes

r/WorkReform Dec 09 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote

❔ Other If You Or Your Family Is Sick, You Should Have Paid Sick Leave

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28.8k Upvotes

r/WorkReform Dec 25 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

❔ Other You get what you pay for.

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18.9k Upvotes

r/WorkReform Dec 21 '22

❔ Other Fuck Fascist Enterprises; Create Cooperatives

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13.9k Upvotes

r/WorkReform 5d ago

❔ Other employers rate themselves

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3.1k Upvotes

r/WorkReform 16d ago

❔ Other It was like this at my last job.

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4.4k Upvotes

r/WorkReform Dec 12 '22 Silver Helpful All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy

❔ Other "The Grind"

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r/WorkReform Jan 01 '23

❔ Other Another whining CEO

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2.6k Upvotes

r/WorkReform Dec 10 '22

❔ Other Work culture in big corporations

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18.4k Upvotes

r/WorkReform Dec 23 '22 Heartwarming

❔ Other Capitalist press

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r/WorkReform 17d ago

❔ Other Call an attorney. Discussing pay is a protected right.

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809 Upvotes

r/WorkReform 8d ago

❔ Other Good!

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672 Upvotes

r/WorkReform 4d ago

❔ Other Always remember, management and HR are NOT YOUR FRIENDS

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Despite how friendly, affable, and genuine they may seem, remember they are not your friends.

HR’s job is to protect the company from litigation, they will always have the interests of the company in mind, they are never on your side. As is with management, they may seem like they’re your friend, someone who you can talk to, but at the end of the day, they will always do what is best for the company not you.

I’ve seen many situations where an employee gets close with management and then are shocked when management does not act in their best interests.

This does not mean you need to be rude with HR/Management, you can still chat and talk about your day, but always remember they are not your friends.

r/WorkReform 10d ago

❔ Other I don't blame them

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688 Upvotes

r/WorkReform 23d ago

❔ Other Job interviews are a nightmare, and only getting worse

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754 Upvotes

r/WorkReform 16d ago

❔ Other Republicans are proving they’re no ‘workers party’

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