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A few years ago, the CEO quit at my work and we didn’t have a CEO for over a year while they picked a new one. Literally nothing changed, in fact things might’ve worked a bit more smoothly because we weren’t getting any dumbass edicts from up high.

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If you work at Starbucks, say you make $15/hr. In an hour you make 25 drinks which sell for $5 each. So, you brought in $125, and made $15. Yes, there’s materials, utilities, rent, maintenance, but guaranteed the earnings report will show labor as the top-line expense. So, let’s be generous and say the company made $125-$15-$15, so $95.

That’s surplus value, which is being extracted from the workers and given to people who don’t work.

Give workers a better cut. Give people who don’t work less. That’s fair. That’s right. That’s why we need unions, because the only way we stop this is to strike, depriving the people who don’t work of our labor, because without our labor, they have nothing.

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Well, more often than not, COOs are the ones who make top-level executive decisions day-to-day, CEOs don’t often show up whatsoever.

  1. We’re trying to improving working conditions and pay.

  2. We’re trying to reduce the numbers of hours a person has to work.

  3. We talk about the end of paid work being mandatory for survival.

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