his/her intentions, and I should have pressed delete, but stupid me, I read it anyhow. I’m going out on a limb and guessing he/she didn’t read the documents they received when they joined?
Well, actually, she did, but her response revealed her true intentions, as they so often do:
“I hope my reply gives some idea. If you like, please feel free to email me personally, then I can introduce you to a community, where you can learn lots about business, and you will never be ripped off; and in which the rule is not to mention of a specific company or a product.”
Yep, another one… (sheesh)
In the immortal words of Hall & Oates, She’s Gone.
I think if people are paid more, they can function better in society. As the article says, people who work the front lines at fast food joints can’t take care of a family on the income. They never get enough hours to call themselves full time employee’s for starters so they get no full time benefits. Sad state of affairs when we do see people with families on the front lines of Burger King – somewhere we’ve gotten off track.