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originally posted by: bbracken677
If companies were forced to share profits, would they also be able to share losses?
originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: NavyDoc
I think it's called incorporation.
Speaking of which how many of those corporations have been taken over by vampires, sucked dry, and then the employees thrown under the bus???
The employees are always gonna pay when things go bad.
That company I worked for that gave us year end bonuses every years. Well the year I left the company there wasn't much of a bonus coming. Ya see that year we had alot of problems in the printing process something about the felt and the flock or the ink and the flock just didn't get along and well we wasted alot of material which ate up the profits. So ya they paid for the mistakes. If it had caused the b usiness to go under they would have paid by joining the unemployment line.
The company was incorporated so all the bosses' assets were protected though.
Like I said it would have went under and came back under another name or the boss would have either retired with a nice nest egg or started something else.
originally posted by: damwel
No republican would allow the rich owners of a corp to give ANY of their profits to workers EVER. Great idea though. I love it.