Jim Hightower has a suggestion for executives who are concerned about the “great resignation” (which methinks is more myth than movement, but that’s just me). Here’s a bit of his article (emphasis added):
Given the historic continuum of executive-suite disdain for working stiffs, it’s no surprise that the top dogs are still blaming “sluggish” workers for today’s rampant job dissatisfaction. But it’s both hilarious and pathetic that high-dollar bosses are so inept at employee relations that they can’t keep the rank and file on the job, much less keep them quasi-happy. . . . .
Seriously? Memo to CEOs: Try decent pay and benefits, rational scheduling, meaningful goals, real teamwork and personal respect. In a word: Dignity.
Via the Progressive Populist.