Sunday, July 18, 2010

McCarten agrees with John Key

From Granny:
"Employers do not employ people out of charity. They run a business and they want a job done," Mr McCarten said.
Jobs generally take longer than 90 days to perform.

In fact, jobs last for years - sometimes 40 or 50 years and turn into careers.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

In fact, jobs last for years - sometimes 40 or 50 years.

All the more reason why the new laws shouldn't be just for 90 days; and shouldn't just apply to new workers.

After all, when I'm an employer its my damn money


And while we're at it, don't simple ban unions from workplaces without the employers' permissions: just ban unions from workplaces - or better still: just ban the damn unions

pdm said...

I wonder if McCartin realises that jobs often become careers.