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Do you get higher pay?

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Just read the evening newspapers, at the very last page, this article catches my attention!

"Good natured workers do not get higher paid salaries"

According to a survey taken in the United States, those good natured workers who helped to take additional job duties or relief colleagues' works may not be happy after all with the longer working hours and lesser pay. Then it quoted a film show (*i dunno from who*) that often this good-natured workers are sometime often good push overs or scaped goat so to say. That is why maybe instead of deserving a better salary for the extra mile worked, they might get lesser.

IMO, I think it is good to take on additional jobs or do extras, but when the point that people takes you for granted that you will always help them, that is a very bad cross-over. I don't like such people for they take you for granted, maybe just because that they are senior or due to role/position. Doing the extra miles must satisfy either personal happiness or should bring happiness to the group. Otherwise, I believed the extra miles might prove to become a burden in the long run where you don't get anything out of it.

I think this topic is rather conversationary, but due to the lack of time, maybe i talk more again next time then.

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  1. Anonymous Anonymous | April 28, 2005 6:35 PM |  

    whoa... interesting article... i'm sure many of us good natured people here can relate to this... kekekeke... :P I want more money... Mr Powar hasn't replied to my 2 emails abt my review... id10t!

  2. Anonymous Anonymous | November 25, 2006 3:14 PM |  

    I didnt find thing that i need... :-(

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