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11-19-2012, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by jadeddog View Post
if i was making 2.5 million, and all my co-workers were making 2.5 million as an average salary, but my company was losing money left right and center, yeah, i'd agree to a pay cut... i think 99% of people would

if your company isn't making money, and is about to go bankrupt, then you don't have a job anymore... it's pretty simple... you see unions taking less money *all the time* when the employer is facing rough economic times, and these union employees make 3% of what the average NHL player makes

ridiculous argument
But what if my company is posting record growth and record profits?

I feel like your entire post is negated by the fact that a core assumption you made is incorrect.

If there are record profits, I bet you anything that you are not taking a paycut.

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