What will it take to get the working class people of the United States get employed and paid correctly again?

I want to know what it will take to help the people that are the foundation of most companies in the United States to reap the benefits of their hard work for companies that give the CEOs bonuses and raises when employees thae paycuts and benefits cuts. How are employees able to make ends meet? CEOs live in glass houses and look down on working Americans who make them rich. I work for Northwest Airlines as a Flight Attendant and want to know if the judges that suppose to help negoiate our contract sleep with the company that we are against.

Asked By: lharrisboyd - 7/1/2006
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You are absolutely right. This whole administration is in bed with corporations. And health care costs are so great because HMO's are paid multi-million dollar salaries. Multiply that by 470 some in NJ... More
Answered By: cantcu - 7/1/2006
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People should refuse to work for such companies. I will not work for an organization unless I am rewarded for my true contribution to the company's success. If enough people did what I do, those companies we hate will be forced to increase wages in order to obtain any reliable labour.
Answered By: Angela B - 7/1/2006
You want to know the truth? Nothing short of Revolution will change the power structure in the US... More
Answered By: ratboy - 7/1/2006
As long as our system of politics costs obscene amounts of money to achieve public office then the holders of these offices will be beholden to the people who put them there. Until there is campaign finance reform nothing else will happen.
Answered By: oldhippypaul - 7/1/2006
Yes, there are plenty of problems here in the US. And the US airline industry is in real trouble. We don't have the luxury that most airline companies do (being subsidized by their governments). If a company is doing badly, and their CEOs are still overpaid, then it is the stockholders who are the fools. While we... More
Answered By: Karl the Webmaster - 7/1/2006
I have a little bit of an issue with this kind of question... More
Answered By: lancelot682005 - 7/1/2006
We live in a market society - people are paid the exact amount it takes to attract them to their jobs. When the companies cannot find an adequate workforce to complete the work as it is designed, then changes will be made to see that productivity goals are met. The real problem is that companies cannot divine the... More
Answered By: Lonnie J - 7/1/2006
It will take them "humility."
Answered By: JAY - 7/1/2006
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