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Interviewing the Oregon Health Insurance Company for Pet Care

The first and foremost thing that needs to be said in this context is that this interview is a small part of the continuous series of interviews that are conducted by the various Oregon Health Insurance companies in general. However, the set of questions that will be mentioned in this article here remain the same for each of the veterinary health insurance companies in order to give the viewers a clear idea about each of the companies and also carry out a comparative study of the various plans that are available at hand.

The first question that you need to ask the oregon health insurance company before buying an insurance coverage for your pet is for how long has the company been in business and where are they located?

The second question you ask is whether the clients are at all able to go to any self referred veterinarian or are they supposed to get their pets treated only by the doctors and vets through the insurance company only? Most often than not the Oregon Health Insurance companies allow the policy holders to get their pets treated by certified veterinarians in the state in which they are providing the services.

The third question on the list should be whether the Health Insurance Company covers all breed-related and precise hereditary conditions that the pet might have?

Fourth question, do the age related check-ups, medication and illness fall within the coverage paradigm that they offer? More often than not the senior checkups are provided for within the coverage by most of the standard pet health insurance companies in Oregon. However, all those pets that have not been taken to the veterinarians for a period more than one year, and pets that are more than 8 years of age, coverage for these animals require special underwriting.

Next question to be asked is whether the pet health insurance company offer wellness plans or not. There on ask the pet health insurance company about the various kinds, types or levels of health insurance medical plans that they offer. This is a very important aspect and you need to have a very clear idea about this part. In case there is a wellness plan available, does the company allow for it to be added to and incorporated within the overall medical health plan? Next, do not forget to ask the company representative whether there is any lifetime or annual benefit limit existing? Though there might be an annual limit available with most companies but the lifetime limit is kept at an unlimited status by most of the insurance providers. Also ask what is the process of calculation in which the company decides on the usual and customary fees that you will be required to pay? Finally, do ask what are the various elements about their company that they think makes them stand out among the rest of the pet health insurance providers in the market. This is the part where you need to be free and confident enough to be spontaneous and improvised.

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The deductible is the total amount of money that the policy holder needs to pay for his care before the period from when the oregon health insurance commences. For more information about oregon health insurance, please visit our website.

Chipchecker: A Comprehensive Electronic Component Distribution Company

Whether you are a manufacturer of automobiles, medicines, telecommunication equipment or textiles, you need a reliable electronic components distributor. The electronic components distributor should be highly competent in terms of quality and timely delivery. The distributor should be capable of handling high volume orders as well. A good electronic component distributor should have team of expert sales engineers to educate the customer about the products they are offering. ChipChecker is one such name of high repute in the field of electronic component distribution.
ChipChecker is in the field of electronic component distribution from last 35 years. You can rely on them for cheap prices, lasting quality and delivery at the shortest possible notice to any distance.

ChipChecker has an in-house state of the art electronic component testing laboratory to provide electrical testing services to their valued clients. They are the most trusted electronic parts supplier when it comes to electrical devices. They invest a lot of money and time for upgrading their quality inspection procedures and techniques. This ensures that they maintain their reputation as top of the end and highest quality electronic part supplier in the industry and also protect their valued clients from unsafe, inferior and forged parts.

In simple words, any electronic contract manufacturing company’s capability depends upon the kind of production facility, productions engineers and management ability they have. ChipChecker has all this and more to meet the client’s expectations. ChipChecker’s ability to provide highquality components at a low price makes them the most sought after electronic contract manufacturing company. For your entire electronic component search you can visitwww.chipchecker.com.

Electrical inspection services provided by ChipChecker are world class. In electrical inspection services, they not only provide reports about the health of your electrical devices but also suggest how to keep them in good shape to avoid any mishap. Insurance companies demand a periodic inspection report of yourelectrical devices if any mishap occurs. In such cases these electrical inspection service reports play a vital role in getting your insurance claim for approval by the insurance company.

Printed circuit board manufacturing is one field which requires high level of expertise. ChipChecker possess high end technology for printed circuit board manufacturing. Let it be single sided, double sided or multilayered PCB, they have all that it needs to delivery high quality PCBs at low cost by using minimum and low cost components without compromising on quality.

Chipchecker has best electronic components testing equipment to test electronic components accurately and to identify faults for any electronic repair. With their superior testing equipment they ensure that no fault is ever missed during testing of the electronic device.

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For more information on ChipChecker Ltd. visit www.chipchecker.com

It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers

News reports, depending on which you read, say that we are expected to recover in the next half with unemployment peaking in early 2010. While that’s not what I consider great news it is certainly encouraging news. We have made the hard decisions. We are about to come out on the other side. But things are sure different now.

The greatest challenge facing employers all over America, large Corporations to small job shops, is the rising cost of hospitalization. It’s hard for me to understand how anything can increase in cost at a rate of 11% each and every year. It would seem that eventually it would level out, but it doesn’t. Companies are saddled with this rising cost over which they have no control .

The working man and woman is caught in the middle.

If these companies can not reign in these rising cost of health care they will eventually be in the same boat as General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Employees will be getting laid off. Workforces will be downsized. Either one means someone has lost their job, therefore their health care.

I wish I had the answer, but I don’t. National Health care is not the answer. Employee funded health care would send a lot into bankruptcy. And the companies can not continue to shoulder these rising costs.

One idea would be fully covered Government health care for those that are retired. This would give the companies the break they need and allow them to hire more workers at a living wage which would increase the amount of taxes being collected by the Federal Government.

But the other reality that this has, hopefully , taught us is that we as Americans need to be more responsible in our own finances. I will openly admit that I haven’t always been the most responsible person when it comes to my finances. Hell, I had the money and I spent it. But times change, circumstances change and we MUST change with the times or get left behind.

We, as workers, must work harder and smarter. The days of one man running one machine are gone. We MUST be a diversified workforce, able to run multiple machines and have multiple skills. We MUST be a workforce that comes to work everyday and gives an honest days work.

Now, please don’t think I’m saying that all American workers are lazy, I’m not. But you know who you are and if your honest with yourself perhaps you will see yourself in the above statement.

The relationship between employer and employee is a lot like a marriage, there;s give and take. We, as a workforce need to realize that the company can not always be the one giving. Wages can not continue to rise. Look at the example below.

Joe has worked at X Company for thirty years and makes 16.00 an hour.

The wage increase that everyone wants is at least .25 each and every year.

Now Dan starts and wants to start at the same wage as Joe is making, 16.00 an hour

Dan wants a .25 raise every year. and he works there for thirty years just like Joe.

That means that Dan is now making 23.50 an hour after thirty years.

Now Leroy gets hired and wants the exact same treatment.

At the end of thirty years Leroy is making 31.00 an hour.

Where does it end.

We as workers must shoulder some of the responsibility ourselves. It’s not up to the Company to shoulder everything. We must realize that they have bills just like us, gas, electric,water and sewage, telephone and property taxes. When we complain about our 400.00 dollar gas bill they are looking at a 64,000 dollar gas bill. The high cost of tooling and supplies are one area where we the employee can help. Don’t waste materials, don’t produce inferior parts, help maintain the machine by keeping it oiled and greased.

It may be that you don’t like the company you work for and if that is true find another job. Face facts your not happy and your more than likely not the employee you should be. Find a job that gives you the fulfillment you need. Find a job where you can contribute something and be an asset to the company and your self.

Yes you paid for that house or that car with hard earned money, but the company gave you the avenue to earn that money. Because you have a job your children don’t go to bed hungry. It’s not always the fault of the company that you need 10 or more hours of overtime each week in order to make it. The fact of the matter is your living above your means. That is most certainly not the fault of the company. And then there is always the case of when the company needs you to work overtime your complaining that all you do is work. but in truth you spend that extra money on wide screen TVs or a place to park your camper instead of paying down bills like you should.

Yes, it’s true you work and provide for your family. But if the company can not survive because of rising costs, some of which you can help control, then you will be out of a job and unable to provide for your family.

It’s a marriage, the relationship between a company and it’s employees. A husband and wife work together for the good of the family unit. So should the company and the employee.



It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers


It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers

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News reports, depending on which you read, say that we are expected to recover in the next half with unemployment peaking in early 2010. While that’s not what I consider great news it is certainly encouraging news. We have made the hard decisions. We are about to come out on the other side. But things are sure different now.

The greatest challenge facing employers all over America, large Corporations to small job shops, is the rising cost of hospitalization. It’s hard for me to understand how anything can increase in cost at a rate of 11% each and every year. It would seem that eventually it would level out, but it doesn’t. Companies are saddled with this rising cost over which they have no control .

The working man and woman is caught in the middle.

If these companies can not reign in these rising cost of health care they will eventually be in the same boat as General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Employees will be getting laid off. Workforces will be downsized. Either one means someone has lost their job, therefore their health care.

I wish I had the answer, but I don’t. National Health care is not the answer. Employee funded health care would send a lot into bankruptcy. And the companies can not continue to shoulder these rising costs.

One idea would be fully covered Government health care for those that are retired. This would give the companies the break they need and allow them to hire more workers at a living wage which would increase the amount of taxes being collected by the Federal Government.

But the other reality that this has, hopefully , taught us is that we as Americans need to be more responsible in our own finances. I will openly admit that I haven’t always been the most responsible person when it comes to my finances. Hell, I had the money and I spent it. But times change, circumstances change and we MUST change with the times or get left behind.

We, as workers, must work harder and smarter. The days of one man running one machine are gone. We MUST be a diversified workforce, able to run multiple machines and have multiple skills. We MUST be a workforce that comes to work everyday and gives an honest days work.

Now, please don’t think I’m saying that all American workers are lazy, I’m not. But you know who you are and if your honest with yourself perhaps you will see yourself in the above statement.

The relationship between employer and employee is a lot like a marriage, there;s give and take. We, as a workforce need to realize that the company can not always be the one giving. Wages can not continue to rise. Look at the example below.

Joe has worked at X Company for thirty years and makes 16.00 an hour.

The wage increase that everyone wants is at least .25 each and every year.

Now Dan starts and wants to start at the same wage as Joe is making, 16.00 an hour

Dan wants a .25 raise every year. and he works there for thirty years just like Joe.

That means that Dan is now making 23.50 an hour after thirty years.

Now Leroy gets hired and wants the exact same treatment.

At the end of thirty years Leroy is making 31.00 an hour.

Where does it end.

We as workers must shoulder some of the responsibility ourselves. It’s not up to the Company to shoulder everything. We must realize that they have bills just like us, gas, electric,water and sewage, telephone and property taxes. When we complain about our 400.00 dollar gas bill they are looking at a 64,000 dollar gas bill. The high cost of tooling and supplies are one area where we the employee can help. Don’t waste materials, don’t produce inferior parts, help maintain the machine by keeping it oiled and greased.

It may be that you don’t like the company you work for and if that is true find another job. Face facts your not happy and your more than likely not the employee you should be. Find a job that gives you the fulfillment you need. Find a job where you can contribute something and be an asset to the company and your self.

Yes you paid for that house or that car with hard earned money, but the company gave you the avenue to earn that money. Because you have a job your children don’t go to bed hungry. It’s not always the fault of the company that you need 10 or more hours of overtime each week in order to make it. The fact of the matter is your living above your means. That is most certainly not the fault of the company. And then there is always the case of when the company needs you to work overtime your complaining that all you do is work. but in truth you spend that extra money on wide screen TVs or a place to park your camper instead of paying down bills like you should.

Yes, it’s true you work and provide for your family. But if the company can not survive because of rising costs, some of which you can help control, then you will be out of a job and unable to provide for your family.

It’s a marriage, the relationship between a company and it’s employees. A husband and wife work together for the good of the family unit. So should the company and the employee.


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It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers

News reports, depending on which you read, say that we are expected to recover in the next half with unemployment peaking in early 2010. While that’s not what I consider great news it is certainly encouraging news. We have made the hard decisions. We are about to come out on the other side. But things are sure different now.

The greatest challenge facing employers all over America, large Corporations to small job shops, is the rising cost of hospitalization. It’s hard for me to understand how anything can increase in cost at a rate of 11% each and every year. It would seem that eventually it would level out, but it doesn’t. Companies are saddled with this rising cost over which they have no control .

The working man and woman is caught in the middle.

If these companies can not reign in these rising cost of health care they will eventually be in the same boat as General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Employees will be getting laid off. Workforces will be downsized. Either one means someone has lost their job, therefore their health care.

I wish I had the answer, but I don’t. National Health care is not the answer. Employee funded health care would send a lot into bankruptcy. And the companies can not continue to shoulder these rising costs.

One idea would be fully covered Government health care for those that are retired. This would give the companies the break they need and allow them to hire more workers at a living wage which would increase the amount of taxes being collected by the Federal Government.

But the other reality that this has, hopefully , taught us is that we as Americans need to be more responsible in our own finances. I will openly admit that I haven’t always been the most responsible person when it comes to my finances. Hell, I had the money and I spent it. But times change, circumstances change and we MUST change with the times or get left behind.

We, as workers, must work harder and smarter. The days of one man running one machine are gone. We MUST be a diversified workforce, able to run multiple machines and have multiple skills. We MUST be a workforce that comes to work everyday and gives an honest days work.

Now, please don’t think I’m saying that all American workers are lazy, I’m not. But you know who you are and if your honest with yourself perhaps you will see yourself in the above statement.

The relationship between employer and employee is a lot like a marriage, there;s give and take. We, as a workforce need to realize that the company can not always be the one giving. Wages can not continue to rise. Look at the example below.

Joe has worked at X Company for thirty years and makes 16.00 an hour.

The wage increase that everyone wants is at least .25 each and every year.

Now Dan starts and wants to start at the same wage as Joe is making, 16.00 an hour

Dan wants a .25 raise every year. and he works there for thirty years just like Joe.

That means that Dan is now making 23.50 an hour after thirty years.

Now Leroy gets hired and wants the exact same treatment.

At the end of thirty years Leroy is making 31.00 an hour.

Where does it end.

We as workers must shoulder some of the responsibility ourselves. It’s not up to the Company to shoulder everything. We must realize that they have bills just like us, gas, electric,water and sewage, telephone and property taxes. When we complain about our 400.00 dollar gas bill they are looking at a 64,000 dollar gas bill. The high cost of tooling and supplies are one area where we the employee can help. Don’t waste materials, don’t produce inferior parts, help maintain the machine by keeping it oiled and greased.

It may be that you don’t like the company you work for and if that is true find another job. Face facts your not happy and your more than likely not the employee you should be. Find a job that gives you the fulfillment you need. Find a job where you can contribute something and be an asset to the company and your self.

Yes you paid for that house or that car with hard earned money, but the company gave you the avenue to earn that money. Because you have a job your children don’t go to bed hungry. It’s not always the fault of the company that you need 10 or more hours of overtime each week in order to make it. The fact of the matter is your living above your means. That is most certainly not the fault of the company. And then there is always the case of when the company needs you to work overtime your complaining that all you do is work. but in truth you spend that extra money on wide screen TVs or a place to park your camper instead of paying down bills like you should.

Yes, it’s true you work and provide for your family. But if the company can not survive because of rising costs, some of which you can help control, then you will be out of a job and unable to provide for your family.

It’s a marriage, the relationship between a company and it’s employees. A husband and wife work together for the good of the family unit. So should the company and the employee.



It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers


It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers

Published by: Don (3) | Word Count: 922 | Comments: 0 | Article Views: 423


News reports, depending on which you read, say that we are expected to recover in the next half with unemployment peaking in early 2010. While that’s not what I consider great news it is certainly encouraging news. We have made the hard decisions. We are about to come out on the other side. But things are sure different now.

The greatest challenge facing employers all over America, large Corporations to small job shops, is the rising cost of hospitalization. It’s hard for me to understand how anything can increase in cost at a rate of 11% each and every year. It would seem that eventually it would level out, but it doesn’t. Companies are saddled with this rising cost over which they have no control .

The working man and woman is caught in the middle.

If these companies can not reign in these rising cost of health care they will eventually be in the same boat as General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Employees will be getting laid off. Workforces will be downsized. Either one means someone has lost their job, therefore their health care.

I wish I had the answer, but I don’t. National Health care is not the answer. Employee funded health care would send a lot into bankruptcy. And the companies can not continue to shoulder these rising costs.

One idea would be fully covered Government health care for those that are retired. This would give the companies the break they need and allow them to hire more workers at a living wage which would increase the amount of taxes being collected by the Federal Government.

But the other reality that this has, hopefully , taught us is that we as Americans need to be more responsible in our own finances. I will openly admit that I haven’t always been the most responsible person when it comes to my finances. Hell, I had the money and I spent it. But times change, circumstances change and we MUST change with the times or get left behind.

We, as workers, must work harder and smarter. The days of one man running one machine are gone. We MUST be a diversified workforce, able to run multiple machines and have multiple skills. We MUST be a workforce that comes to work everyday and gives an honest days work.

Now, please don’t think I’m saying that all American workers are lazy, I’m not. But you know who you are and if your honest with yourself perhaps you will see yourself in the above statement.

The relationship between employer and employee is a lot like a marriage, there;s give and take. We, as a workforce need to realize that the company can not always be the one giving. Wages can not continue to rise. Look at the example below.

Joe has worked at X Company for thirty years and makes 16.00 an hour.

The wage increase that everyone wants is at least .25 each and every year.

Now Dan starts and wants to start at the same wage as Joe is making, 16.00 an hour

Dan wants a .25 raise every year. and he works there for thirty years just like Joe.

That means that Dan is now making 23.50 an hour after thirty years.

Now Leroy gets hired and wants the exact same treatment.

At the end of thirty years Leroy is making 31.00 an hour.

Where does it end.

We as workers must shoulder some of the responsibility ourselves. It’s not up to the Company to shoulder everything. We must realize that they have bills just like us, gas, electric,water and sewage, telephone and property taxes. When we complain about our 400.00 dollar gas bill they are looking at a 64,000 dollar gas bill. The high cost of tooling and supplies are one area where we the employee can help. Don’t waste materials, don’t produce inferior parts, help maintain the machine by keeping it oiled and greased.

It may be that you don’t like the company you work for and if that is true find another job. Face facts your not happy and your more than likely not the employee you should be. Find a job that gives you the fulfillment you need. Find a job where you can contribute something and be an asset to the company and your self.

Yes you paid for that house or that car with hard earned money, but the company gave you the avenue to earn that money. Because you have a job your children don’t go to bed hungry. It’s not always the fault of the company that you need 10 or more hours of overtime each week in order to make it. The fact of the matter is your living above your means. That is most certainly not the fault of the company. And then there is always the case of when the company needs you to work overtime your complaining that all you do is work. but in truth you spend that extra money on wide screen TVs or a place to park your camper instead of paying down bills like you should.

Yes, it’s true you work and provide for your family. But if the company can not survive because of rising costs, some of which you can help control, then you will be out of a job and unable to provide for your family.

It’s a marriage, the relationship between a company and it’s employees. A husband and wife work together for the good of the family unit. So should the company and the employee.


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Let The Monavie Company Open Up To You

Once the magic of the acai berry was discovered, products kind of took off on a huge marketing and media frenzy. This unique berry has bee used in the Amazon rainforests for centuries. These people are some of the healthiest in the world.

MonaVie is certainly not the only company to produce a product using the acai berry, but they are on top as far as premier blends. MonaVie takes the time to create and engineer special blends to benefit different aspects of people’s lives. This includes blends for heart health and cholesterol, joint health, and energy. You can also stick to the original MonaVie formula to get overall general health benefits. MonaVie has put a lot of research into their products to ensure that they have a high level of efficiency.

MonaVie cares about its consumers and distributors. They are very personal for a company that carries such a successful high-end product. The MonaVie website has many different products, company information, and their mission statement. If you have been introduced to MonaVie at all, you know at lest something about the company or the business opportunity that they offer. Being a personal company, MonaVie instills a lot of trust in people. You feel like you know the company and the distributors when buying the products. This gives people confidence that the products really do work. It is not just a company that is in to make quick money while not getting to know people.

MonaVie uniquely blends 19 different fruits to create their very powerful blends to help maintain optimal health. Products come in a juice form and gel form. The gel form is great to stash incase you need an instant boost.

MonaVie employees and distributors are out in the real world just like the rest of us. They understand that people work long, hard hours. This tends to lead to people not eating right. Many people don’t take the time to care for their bodies in a way that will keep them healthy over time. Drinking MonaVie is beneficial in a number of ways. It gives people energy throughout the day, does not spike blood sugar, increases focus and alertness, is safe and healthy for everyday use, and gives us powerful antioxidants, vitamin, and minerals to help restore our body. It really helps that it tastes great too.

You can depend on MonaVie to be there to help maintain your health, help you start a business, give you opportunities to volunteer with the MonaVie MORE Project, and so much more. The superior products of MonaVie will make them last, but when you add this to their very personal style, they will be around for a long time to come with a very bright future. You can tell that the MonaVie Company and anyone associated with it are proud of their products and how they have helped people. This is one of the many things that people admire about MonaVie.

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It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers

News reports, depending on which you read, say that we are expected to recover in the next half with unemployment peaking in early 2010. While that’s not what I consider great news it is certainly encouraging news. We have made the hard decisions. We are about to come out on the other side. But things are sure different now.

The greatest challenge facing employers all over America, large Corporations to small job shops, is the rising cost of hospitalization. It’s hard for me to understand how anything can increase in cost at a rate of 11% each and every year. It would seem that eventually it would level out, but it doesn’t. Companies are saddled with this rising cost over which they have no control .

The working man and woman is caught in the middle.

If these companies can not reign in these rising cost of health care they will eventually be in the same boat as General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Employees will be getting laid off. Workforces will be downsized. Either one means someone has lost their job, therefore their health care.

I wish I had the answer, but I don’t. National Health care is not the answer. Employee funded health care would send a lot into bankruptcy. And the companies can not continue to shoulder these rising costs.

One idea would be fully covered Government health care for those that are retired. This would give the companies the break they need and allow them to hire more workers at a living wage which would increase the amount of taxes being collected by the Federal Government.

But the other reality that this has, hopefully , taught us is that we as Americans need to be more responsible in our own finances. I will openly admit that I haven’t always been the most responsible person when it comes to my finances. Hell, I had the money and I spent it. But times change, circumstances change and we MUST change with the times or get left behind.

We, as workers, must work harder and smarter. The days of one man running one machine are gone. We MUST be a diversified workforce, able to run multiple machines and have multiple skills. We MUST be a workforce that comes to work everyday and gives an honest days work.

Now, please don’t think I’m saying that all American workers are lazy, I’m not. But you know who you are and if your honest with yourself perhaps you will see yourself in the above statement.

The relationship between employer and employee is a lot like a marriage, there;s give and take. We, as a workforce need to realize that the company can not always be the one giving. Wages can not continue to rise. Look at the example below.

Joe has worked at X Company for thirty years and makes 16.00 an hour.

The wage increase that everyone wants is at least .25 each and every year.

Now Dan starts and wants to start at the same wage as Joe is making, 16.00 an hour

Dan wants a .25 raise every year. and he works there for thirty years just like Joe.

That means that Dan is now making 23.50 an hour after thirty years.

Now Leroy gets hired and wants the exact same treatment.

At the end of thirty years Leroy is making 31.00 an hour.

Where does it end.

We as workers must shoulder some of the responsibility ourselves. It’s not up to the Company to shoulder everything. We must realize that they have bills just like us, gas, electric,water and sewage, telephone and property taxes. When we complain about our 400.00 dollar gas bill they are looking at a 64,000 dollar gas bill. The high cost of tooling and supplies are one area where we the employee can help. Don’t waste materials, don’t produce inferior parts, help maintain the machine by keeping it oiled and greased.

It may be that you don’t like the company you work for and if that is true find another job. Face facts your not happy and your more than likely not the employee you should be. Find a job that gives you the fulfillment you need. Find a job where you can contribute something and be an asset to the company and your self.

Yes you paid for that house or that car with hard earned money, but the company gave you the avenue to earn that money. Because you have a job your children don’t go to bed hungry. It’s not always the fault of the company that you need 10 or more hours of overtime each week in order to make it. The fact of the matter is your living above your means. That is most certainly not the fault of the company. And then there is always the case of when the company needs you to work overtime your complaining that all you do is work. but in truth you spend that extra money on wide screen TVs or a place to park your camper instead of paying down bills like you should.

Yes, it’s true you work and provide for your family. But if the company can not survive because of rising costs, some of which you can help control, then you will be out of a job and unable to provide for your family.

It’s a marriage, the relationship between a company and it’s employees. A husband and wife work together for the good of the family unit. So should the company and the employee.



It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers


It’s a Marriage, Company and Workers

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News reports, depending on which you read, say that we are expected to recover in the next half with unemployment peaking in early 2010. While that’s not what I consider great news it is certainly encouraging news. We have made the hard decisions. We are about to come out on the other side. But things are sure different now.

The greatest challenge facing employers all over America, large Corporations to small job shops, is the rising cost of hospitalization. It’s hard for me to understand how anything can increase in cost at a rate of 11% each and every year. It would seem that eventually it would level out, but it doesn’t. Companies are saddled with this rising cost over which they have no control .

The working man and woman is caught in the middle.

If these companies can not reign in these rising cost of health care they will eventually be in the same boat as General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Employees will be getting laid off. Workforces will be downsized. Either one means someone has lost their job, therefore their health care.

I wish I had the answer, but I don’t. National Health care is not the answer. Employee funded health care would send a lot into bankruptcy. And the companies can not continue to shoulder these rising costs.

One idea would be fully covered Government health care for those that are retired. This would give the companies the break they need and allow them to hire more workers at a living wage which would increase the amount of taxes being collected by the Federal Government.

But the other reality that this has, hopefully , taught us is that we as Americans need to be more responsible in our own finances. I will openly admit that I haven’t always been the most responsible person when it comes to my finances. Hell, I had the money and I spent it. But times change, circumstances change and we MUST change with the times or get left behind.

We, as workers, must work harder and smarter. The days of one man running one machine are gone. We MUST be a diversified workforce, able to run multiple machines and have multiple skills. We MUST be a workforce that comes to work everyday and gives an honest days work.

Now, please don’t think I’m saying that all American workers are lazy, I’m not. But you know who you are and if your honest with yourself perhaps you will see yourself in the above statement.

The relationship between employer and employee is a lot like a marriage, there;s give and take. We, as a workforce need to realize that the company can not always be the one giving. Wages can not continue to rise. Look at the example below.

Joe has worked at X Company for thirty years and makes 16.00 an hour.

The wage increase that everyone wants is at least .25 each and every year.

Now Dan starts and wants to start at the same wage as Joe is making, 16.00 an hour

Dan wants a .25 raise every year. and he works there for thirty years just like Joe.

That means that Dan is now making 23.50 an hour after thirty years.

Now Leroy gets hired and wants the exact same treatment.

At the end of thirty years Leroy is making 31.00 an hour.

Where does it end.

We as workers must shoulder some of the responsibility ourselves. It’s not up to the Company to shoulder everything. We must realize that they have bills just like us, gas, electric,water and sewage, telephone and property taxes. When we complain about our 400.00 dollar gas bill they are looking at a 64,000 dollar gas bill. The high cost of tooling and supplies are one area where we the employee can help. Don’t waste materials, don’t produce inferior parts, help maintain the machine by keeping it oiled and greased.

It may be that you don’t like the company you work for and if that is true find another job. Face facts your not happy and your more than likely not the employee you should be. Find a job that gives you the fulfillment you need. Find a job where you can contribute something and be an asset to the company and your self.

Yes you paid for that house or that car with hard earned money, but the company gave you the avenue to earn that money. Because you have a job your children don’t go to bed hungry. It’s not always the fault of the company that you need 10 or more hours of overtime each week in order to make it. The fact of the matter is your living above your means. That is most certainly not the fault of the company. And then there is always the case of when the company needs you to work overtime your complaining that all you do is work. but in truth you spend that extra money on wide screen TVs or a place to park your camper instead of paying down bills like you should.

Yes, it’s true you work and provide for your family. But if the company can not survive because of rising costs, some of which you can help control, then you will be out of a job and unable to provide for your family.

It’s a marriage, the relationship between a company and it’s employees. A husband and wife work together for the good of the family unit. So should the company and the employee.


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Don has published 3 articles. This article published on Aug 26th 2009 02:50:37 PM

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