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    Re: More American workers sue employers for overtime pay

    Quote Originally Posted by jambalaya View Post
    The point should be that we have really screwed up immigration and trade policies that make it ridiculously difficult for companies based in the U.S. to compete. So I am not suprised to find employers stretching the law or using the laws to their advnatage to reduce their expenses. It is unfair to the employee for sure some of whom are just happy to have a job. Government stupidity is the cause for creating this atmosphere. We sold our country to foreign countries and for what?
    It's perfectly fair to the employee because they voted for the globalists who put them in this spot in the first place.

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    Re: More American workers sue employers for overtime pay

    Quote Originally Posted by jambalaya View Post
    The point should be that we have really screwed up immigration and trade policies that make it ridiculously difficult for companies based in the U.S. to compete. So I am not suprised to find employers stretching the law or using the laws to their advnatage to reduce their expenses. It is unfair to the employee for sure some of whom are just happy to have a job. Government stupidity is the cause for creating this atmosphere. We sold our country to foreign countries and for what?
    This presumes that employers would gladly hand out more money and benefits if there were no cheap foreign competition. I'm sorry, but in my life's observations, such largesse by employers would indeed be rare without outside coercion... i.e.: government mandate or union representation. Most business, if given a break in costs, would simply pocket the difference.

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