Yes, get rid of.
No, they are helping.
You can't reason anyone out of a position they didn't reason themselves into in the first place.
Is what you're living for today, worth dying for tomorrow?
Many people have poor job securing skills but may be competent otherwise.
Exploitation , taking advantage of others, both owner and worker - a national problem - this we must work on..
Also, I think these so-called job securing professionals are grossly overcompensated.
As to the poll vote
"none of the above" .. or I simply do not know
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
what you and the other one seemed to miss was that all of those anecdotes had the underlying theme of respect.
In the first one, I was loved. Continuously praised for my work and demeanor. The front office actually called me asking me back, telling me all is forgiven. I knew I had another FT job lined up already and said thanks but no thanks.
The one where I threatened life and limb and was throwing projectiles were my fault for letting my anger get the better of me. I should have just walked off, but you know, I'm not, nor should anyone else allow employers to behave in that manner.
And the final one, I know, what a crappy attitude I had working 7 days a week pulling doubles happily for over 4 months and not accepting the blatant disrespect of a company who wiped their ass with my hard work but rewarded a Lead's daughter (who didn't put in the time or effort I did) in a most disgustingly blatant display of nepotism.
Sounds to me like you and the other one had one too many run-ins with the paddyrollers and now know your place.