Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want to take this issue to the park bench outside?

Employee: Yeah!, where there is a bus stop.

Pieces: I can also dismiss this case as being frivolous, because you seem to be requesting a driver to take you where you want to go, is that it?

Employee: You got to separate the mental from the physical. See I'm talking about the mental aspects here. You using all of this not to discuss the real issue with regards to my work. The boss don't want to listen to my issues.

Pieces: Maybe she's got things on her mind, and your problems may not be as important at the moment or time of discussion. Is this a resaon to come all the way to Pieces to gripe about your boss not having time to discuss your "success" or desire at length? I mean get real!

Employee: I'm as real as it gets. I work hard and don't get paid anywhere nears what I'm worth.

Pieces: Ok you have a job in a near sighted industry, but mentally you have far sighted vision- so now because of that you want to be paid by your boss for your far sightedness?

Employee: I want to be paid for all that I do, is this not of your comprehension?

Pieces: I'm trying to distinguish here what it is that you do at work, and what it is that you expect this woman to pay you for?

Employee: May I present just the facts?

Pieces: If that's all you have?

Employee: I have been working there almost four years, and was never offered or given a retirement plan, health insurance, vacation, sick days, personal days, and lunch time. My salary is still under $14.00 an hour.

Pieces: So in general or matter of factly you expect to get paid for days you do not work, or when you're retired as in stopped working full time. I can see why she doesn't want to discuss. You're just interested in stuffing your chompers and getting paid for non- production or after the fact.  When you're retired, the work is over, or your doing the work part, and you want compensation for work you'll no longer be doing? 

Employee: It would be somewhat of a reward for everything I did while on the job. 

Pieces: Again were dealing with near sighted versus far sighted, if she doesn't want to bend while you're near as in working on the job then she will not do much for far or retirement either.

Employee: Well is there a way she can be required to provide these types of things? I mean I'm the only one who works in the office and my duties or skills are of doing a multitude of tasks.

Pieces: In doing a multitude of tasks you've learned a lot, OJT. Life was your classroom.

Employee: That's correct.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ISSUES

A woman is not pleased with her job because of the lack of benefits available.  Her boss just hires the worker without compliment to service given by way of time off or health necessity which includes insurance. As this boss feels that health is the responsibility of the individual and not the company otherwise, it would have been offered. With regard to salary and retirement this empolyee's duties are not complicated just cumbersome and somewhat annoying- it does not take an educated person to do this, because the duties do not require to one a difficult degree of experience or skill. Therefore with retirement why would her boss contribute for "after the fact" if this boss paid her employee very little money to work?

Pieces: You need to find a niche that is employable even in the recession. Then you need to go after that job which will utilize your "degree" of skill and intelligence in order to be paid and compensated for properly. That's the far sighted  issue. The nearsighted approach requires you to "shade" out those areas and jobs that have virtually nothing to offer like the one you're doing now and discontinue doing what you are not being paid for.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that this woman begin to seek other forms of employment in proximity to her level of skill and knowledge.

DATED: June 9, 2009                     A. Sadiq                         
                                                     On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: jobs "degree" 
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Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want to take this issue to the park bench outside?

Employee: Yeah!, where there is a bus stop.

Pieces: I can also dismiss this case as being frivolous, because you seem to be requesting a driver to take you where you want to go, is that it?

Employee: You got to separate the mental from the physical. See I'm talking about the mental aspects here. You using all of this not to discuss the real issue with regards to my work. The boss don't want to listen to my issues.

Pieces: Maybe she's got things on her mind, and your problems may not be as important at the moment or time of discussion. Is this a resaon to come all the way to Pieces to gripe about your boss not having time to discuss your "success" or desire at length? I mean get real!

Employee: I'm as real as it gets. I work hard and don't get paid anywhere nears what I'm worth.

Pieces: Ok you have a job in a near sighted industry, but mentally you have far sighted vision- so now because of that you want to be paid by your boss for your far sightedness?

Employee: I want to be paid for all that I do, is this not of your comprehension?

Pieces: I'm trying to distinguish here what it is that you do at work, and what it is that you expect this woman to pay you for?

Employee: May I present just the facts?

Pieces: If that's all you have?

Employee: I have been working there almost four years, and was never offered or given a retirement plan, health insurance, vacation, sick days, personal days, and lunch time. My salary is still under $14.00 an hour.

Pieces: So in general or matter of factly you expect to get paid for days you do not work, or when you're retired as in stopped working full time. I can see why she doesn't want to discuss. You're just interested in stuffing your chompers and getting paid for non- production or after the fact.  When you're retired, the work is over, or your doing the work part, and you want compensation for work you'll no longer be doing? 

Employee: It would be somewhat of a reward for everything I did while on the job. 

Pieces: Again were dealing with near sighted versus far sighted, if she doesn't want to bend while you're near as in working on the job then she will not do much for far or retirement either.

Employee: Well is there a way she can be required to provide these types of things? I mean I'm the only one who works in the office and my duties or skills are of doing a multitude of tasks.

Pieces: In doing a multitude of tasks you've learned a lot, OJT. Life was your classroom.

Employee: That's correct.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ISSUES

A woman is not pleased with her job because of the lack of benefits available.  Her boss just hires the worker without compliment to service given by way of time off or health necessity which includes insurance. As this boss feels that health is the responsibility of the individual and not the company otherwise, it would have been offered. With regard to salary and retirement this empolyee's duties are not complicated just cumbersome and somewhat annoying- it does not take an educated person to do this, because the duties do not require to one a difficult degree of experience or skill. Therefore with retirement why would her boss contribute for "after the fact" if this boss paid her employee very little money to work?

Pieces: You need to find a niche that is employable even in the recession. Then you need to go after that job which will utilize your "degree" of skill and intelligence in order to be paid and compensated for properly. That's the far sighted  issue. The nearsighted approach requires you to "shade" out those areas and jobs that have virtually nothing to offer like the one you're doing now and discontinue doing what you are not being paid for.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that this woman begin to seek other forms of employment in proximity to her level of skill and knowledge.

DATED: June 9, 2009                     A. Sadiq                         
                                                     On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: jobs "degree" 
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Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want to take this issue to the park bench outside?

Employee: Yeah!, where there is a bus stop.

Pieces: I can also dismiss this case as being frivolous, because you seem to be requesting a driver to take you where you want to go, is that it?

Employee: You got to separate the mental from the physical. See I'm talking about the mental aspects here. You using all of this not to discuss the real issue with regards to my work. The boss don't want to listen to my issues.

Pieces: Maybe she's got things on her mind, and your problems may not be as important at the moment or time of discussion. Is this a resaon to come all the way to Pieces to gripe about your boss not having time to discuss your "success" or desire at length? I mean get real!

Employee: I'm as real as it gets. I work hard and don't get paid anywhere nears what I'm worth.

Pieces: Ok you have a job in a near sighted industry, but mentally you have far sighted vision- so now because of that you want to be paid by your boss for your far sightedness?

Employee: I want to be paid for all that I do, is this not of your comprehension?

Pieces: I'm trying to distinguish here what it is that you do at work, and what it is that you expect this woman to pay you for?

Employee: May I present just the facts?

Pieces: If that's all you have?

Employee: I have been working there almost four years, and was never offered or given a retirement plan, health insurance, vacation, sick days, personal days, and lunch time. My salary is still under $14.00 an hour.

Pieces: So in general or matter of factly you expect to get paid for days you do not work, or when you're retired as in stopped working full time. I can see why she doesn't want to discuss. You're just interested in stuffing your chompers and getting paid for non- production or after the fact.  When you're retired, the work is over, or your doing the work part, and you want compensation for work you'll no longer be doing? 

Employee: It would be somewhat of a reward for everything I did while on the job. 

Pieces: Again were dealing with near sighted versus far sighted, if she doesn't want to bend while you're near as in working on the job then she will not do much for far or retirement either.

Employee: Well is there a way she can be required to provide these types of things? I mean I'm the only one who works in the office and my duties or skills are of doing a multitude of tasks.

Pieces: In doing a multitude of tasks you've learned a lot, OJT. Life was your classroom.

Employee: That's correct.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ISSUES

A woman is not pleased with her job because of the lack of benefits available.  Her boss just hires the worker without compliment to service given by way of time off or health necessity which includes insurance. As this boss feels that health is the responsibility of the individual and not the company otherwise, it would have been offered. With regard to salary and retirement this empolyee's duties are not complicated just cumbersome and somewhat annoying- it does not take an educated person to do this, because the duties do not require to one a difficult degree of experience or skill. Therefore with retirement why would her boss contribute for "after the fact" if this boss paid her employee very little money to work?

Pieces: You need to find a niche that is employable even in the recession. Then you need to go after that job which will utilize your "degree" of skill and intelligence in order to be paid and compensated for properly. That's the far sighted  issue. The nearsighted approach requires you to "shade" out those areas and jobs that have virtually nothing to offer like the one you're doing now and discontinue doing what you are not being paid for.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that this woman begin to seek other forms of employment in proximity to her level of skill and knowledge.

DATED: June 9, 2009                     A. Sadiq                         
                                                     On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: jobs "degree" 
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Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want to take this issue to the park bench outside?

Employee: Yeah!, where there is a bus stop.

Pieces: I can also dismiss this case as being frivolous, because you seem to be requesting a driver to take you where you want to go, is that it?

Employee: You got to separate the mental from the physical. See I'm talking about the mental aspects here. You using all of this not to discuss the real issue with regards to my work. The boss don't want to listen to my issues.

Pieces: Maybe she's got things on her mind, and your problems may not be as important at the moment or time of discussion. Is this a resaon to come all the way to Pieces to gripe about your boss not having time to discuss your "success" or desire at length? I mean get real!

Employee: I'm as real as it gets. I work hard and don't get paid anywhere nears what I'm worth.

Pieces: Ok you have a job in a near sighted industry, but mentally you have far sighted vision- so now because of that you want to be paid by your boss for your far sightedness?

Employee: I want to be paid for all that I do, is this not of your comprehension?

Pieces: I'm trying to distinguish here what it is that you do at work, and what it is that you expect this woman to pay you for?

Employee: May I present just the facts?

Pieces: If that's all you have?

Employee: I have been working there almost four years, and was never offered or given a retirement plan, health insurance, vacation, sick days, personal days, and lunch time. My salary is still under $14.00 an hour.

Pieces: So in general or matter of factly you expect to get paid for days you do not work, or when you're retired as in stopped working full time. I can see why she doesn't want to discuss. You're just interested in stuffing your chompers and getting paid for non- production or after the fact.  When you're retired, the work is over, or your doing the work part, and you want compensation for work you'll no longer be doing? 

Employee: It would be somewhat of a reward for everything I did while on the job. 

Pieces: Again were dealing with near sighted versus far sighted, if she doesn't want to bend while you're near as in working on the job then she will not do much for far or retirement either.

Employee: Well is there a way she can be required to provide these types of things? I mean I'm the only one who works in the office and my duties or skills are of doing a multitude of tasks.

Pieces: In doing a multitude of tasks you've learned a lot, OJT. Life was your classroom.

Employee: That's correct.

Pieces: I will return with my decision.

ISSUES

A woman is not pleased with her job because of the lack of benefits available.  Her boss just hires the worker without compliment to service given by way of time off or health necessity which includes insurance. As this boss feels that health is the responsibility of the individual and not the company otherwise, it would have been offered. With regard to salary and retirement this empolyee's duties are not complicated just cumbersome and somewhat annoying- it does not take an educated person to do this, because the duties do not require to one a difficult degree of experience or skill. Therefore with retirement why would her boss contribute for "after the fact" if this boss paid her employee very little money to work?

Pieces: You need to find a niche that is employable even in the recession. Then you need to go after that job which will utilize your "degree" of skill and intelligence in order to be paid and compensated for properly. That's the far sighted  issue. The nearsighted approach requires you to "shade" out those areas and jobs that have virtually nothing to offer like the one you're doing now and discontinue doing what you are not being paid for.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that this woman begin to seek other forms of employment in proximity to her level of skill and knowledge.

DATED: June 9, 2009                     A. Sadiq                         
                                                     On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: jobs "degree" 
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