… what we did to give in generating the revenue or increasing it and more importantly sustaining the increase (so we know we got it right!) so that it would allow the country (or organizations) to pay us increments?
What contributes to the revenue rising?
More sales (not increased prices – that is not real) and reduced costs, you say? Sure.
So, let’s go back again. When should we demand pay increments?
So should the revenue of the country decline, can we prove an increase in pay?
Yet why do such behaviours happen (or why do we let it happen) over and over again?
And bound by a belief that our views of the world and our aspirations cannot be ‘brought out into the world for others to see’?
Job descriptions, yes they describe the job we do or that someone should do. But it is that ubiquitous clause at the end that always says, ‘To carry and obey all lawful orders of persons who have authority either over or within …. or sometimes put more simply: ‘And any other jobs as delineated by the supervisor’ that really nails the deal.
It defines who is the boss, I mean the real parent / master, and who is the child (might I say ‘slave’).
Yes, on a day-to-day basis it lays out clearly the tasks that the supervisee will carry out for the supervisor and serves as a document that makes it clear why payment should either be or not be made out depending on the services carried out as per the document.
There is no dispute to use of that document and its validity for doing so.
It is the effects they have in placing someone ‘in his place’ that we would need to watch out for in the long-term.
[More …. soon.]