I grew up in a family where both my dad, who lives in CA, and my step-dad here, owned their own businesses. Many times our family did without new school clothes and vacations so his employees could get paid. I sometimes get furious when I see people talking about greedy bosses and what they make. Often the bosses aren't making nearly as much as what the employees think they are. They don't realize all the costs involved in running a business.<quoted text>What gives YOU or any employee the right to dictate what the boss gets paid? You do what you get paid to do and if you don't like it move on, find another job. Or maybe work hard and move up the company ladder and eventually make what the boss makes. Why so jealous of people who succede in life. Don't like the conditions you signed up for LEAVE!
So I mostly agree with you here, but I also know that sometimes people don't "sign up" for certain conditions. Sometimes things change after many years into ones career. I agree, if someone doesn't like it, they can leave, but there are cases where as one gets closer to getting that pension or some other benefit, employers try to make them miserable just to run them out. That's wrong too.
Every employer and every situation is different. Most people only talk about what they can relate to from what they've seen or experienced themselves.