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12-03-2012, 08:23 AM
rafal majka
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Yeah I too don't give a **** about the owners either, but it looks like at wages 20% you're pulling some massive low wage ****.

Let me guess: Must be food and beverage, Branded for tourists and Americans who want a burger, with very high rent. The Hong Kong model: Pay the landlord, not the staff. You in Asia by any chance? The flag says you are, but in Japan.

Only way you do that in Japan is you run a Hard Rock cafe, and you hire Philipinas as wait staff. Cus no Japanese are gonna wait tables at Hard Rock. Surprised your staff are getting visas in Japan.

Bet I'm not far off though. Or then again, maybe I'm talking ****.
I lived in Japan for quite a few years but my home and business is in Canada. I definately pay better than what the market offers in what is a non-skilled, service industry job. I don't like staff turnover as training costs lots.

I see the solution as simple: the NHL and PA need to agree to a CBA and revenue sharing plan similar to that of the NFL. I don't see it happening as a few owners (Jacobs) are far too intransigent.

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