posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 07:37 PM
Which of you actually get paid by the hour? On demand can you even get that money you just technically earned right after any hour you've worked
before having to wait for the week ending period? I bet you cant. And why is that? Anyone really know?
That's what needs to change. I'll tell you this: Instead of getting paid by the week based on previous pay after work hours it should be a new law
to where an employee can get any amount of the money they've rightfully earned on demand at any time during their job's functioning hours. This
means if you work, say, an hour, then you should be allowed to receive pay (in form of cash, chech, and/or direct deposit) for that hour's worth of
work from your job if it's a job that pays based on an hourly wage. Or, if you dont want to receive any of the money you've earned just yet, like,
say, at the end of the week, then you should be allowed to be able to let it grow till you want to receive any of the money you've technically earned
to the desired point. I say have the employer act sort of like a bank you can withdraw from however you like from your earned money. The money only
going (and even saving) into it wouldnt be from any other source, but from that employer in what they are to pay you for your working there.
And so it should also be a new law that the longer you keep your earned money in your place of work you also draw interest on that money. Again, sort
of like a bank. Surely by keeping your earned money in your place of employment makes it so that place of employment can grow in one way or
This would be a good thing, wouldnt it be, when it should already be? Like what made it so that it wouldnt or shouldnt be? Tell me.