2022.01.16 22:27 Rittwest When things go really really bad
2022.01.16 22:27 JonArvedon Hilarious
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2022.01.16 22:27 baudeagle Germany To Dedicate 2% Of Its Land To Wind Power Development
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2022.01.16 22:27 edgiepower Unrealesed score music?
I absolutely love the score music for this show, it may just be my favourite composed media ever, the amount of quality music across such a variety of genres and styles is without doubt the most underrated aspect of the show, and the composers deserves far more credit.
What I wonder though, is having listening to the first two seasons of soundtracks, and have to get around to three, is that after starting a season one rewatch recently, there was a lot of music I don't recall hearing on the soundtracks. What does everyone else think of the score and do you also think that some themes and pieces of music have not been released?
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2022.01.16 22:27 brokensilence32 [Comic Excerpt] Stuff like this is why I love this series (Gotham City Sirens #19)
2022.01.16 22:27 wrenchgg How are everyone’s runs going?
I just hit Shrine of Amana right around 1 mil SM. I saw tons of people in forest of fallen giants but now I’m not really seeing anyone. Best of luck to all you skeletons out there.
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2022.01.16 22:27 COC_toucher anyone wanna buy a newer th13 for $40 PayPal? got most of kc besides the receipts.
2022.01.16 22:27 VanCityJohn Stanley Park this afternoon
2022.01.16 22:27 xxBLACKGHOST Hey guys can someone translate this from German to English?
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2022.01.16 22:27 Dercudez Georgia BD (gmt/1300) that's close with OTF and Thf 46 claiming the shooting at Quando rondo last year after his show where 50 rounds were shot and only one person got injured. I aint even know their were bds in georgia🤔
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2022.01.16 22:27 otakudiary1 The Kindaichi Case Files Detective Manga Gets New Live-Action Show Starring Naniwa Danshi's Shunsuke Michieda
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2022.01.16 22:27 xoloismommy xolo and jacob can u guys do the jerk dance???? plz record urself doing it for us🥲
2022.01.16 22:27 Environmental-Bar673 Since they haven’t been incessantly posting all day today, I’m sure his nostrils and her wide open mouth will be in Texas tomorrow. Enough already emoji…
2022.01.16 22:27 PattananNinja Epic shitpost
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2022.01.16 22:27 KeredJo Well boys, looks like we’re on to Tampa after we BEAT that LA ass
2022.01.16 22:27 BoxerDuckling Antiwork Australia - media followup
| This is just a redone version of my post, with an added synapsis, and a post-time that is more relevant to Australian members.|
TL;DR (dot point), [references all listed below]:
I feel a little embarrassed, having discovered that my post (REFERENCE 1) - which I had made in an irate state - had made small headlines on numerous news websites, such as Couriermail, DailyMail, as well as a french outlet, strangely enough (REFERENCES 2, 3, 4). All of which (the Australian-based I refer to), the journalists failed to contact me directly, or failed to respond to my emails querying them for further discussion. So, I have spent the time to further explain this post, in hopes that it will pique interest.
I wanted to begin by clarifying the situation, as I didn’t fully detail what was and is going on, and why I made my post to begin with. I also hope to educate, as well as respicucate information, to and from others, in hopes to collectively gain more knowledge.
I’ll begin with how the culture in Australia works, for someone - young, persay - entering the job market, within the last five years. If you start early enough (14-21), you can get employed for under minimum wage, to work at your standard grocery store (REFERENCE 5).
Several problems derive from this. The first being the company underpaying the young staff members. Regardless of a young person’s situation, they should be entitled to the same amount, working the same title. It’s another way for businesses to abuse cheap labour whilst it’s still legal. On the other side of the coin, however, young people need a way into the market too.
I digress to said titles. The standard jobs workers start with are either retail, hospitality or reception based. I will ignore career paths, requiring degrees or apprenticeships as that’s another discussion. For retail and Hospitality, if you apply to a chain that is already established, (for example, Woolworths or Coles), you don’t have much option besides casual based positions. Part-time and Full-time positions are irregularly vacant.
So why is casual-based so prominent, making a one third or two thirds of the employee base (REFERENCE 6)? Casuals get paid an extra 25% loading, of what their standard pay is. So, $20 becomes $25. However, the entire amount is taxable. So how does this work practically? If you work at one store, and get paid (roughly) $40,000 annually, $21,800 is taxed 19% (anything between $18,201 - $45,000). This means $40,000 turns into $35820 (REFERENCE 7). This isn't including the 2% medicare levy. The levy isn't a point of concern until it's the topic of conversation, as the private health sector has been impeding it, but that's not my current focus.
Casual loading is ideal if your base-rate is kept up with inflation and living prices, or better yet, not taxable, but this is not the case. What isn’t taxed is benefits, such as sick-leave, annual leave, or other benefits the organisation has in place.
Let’s talk about culture, as this is extremely important to someone who isn’t aware. As casuals make up the majority of the workforce in these specific industries I reference, there is a culture that’s more enforced than suggested. What do I reference? Absence. It’s a known “unspoken” rule through these industries, and even some (unionized) Construction industries, that if a casual is absent for a period of time that is inconvenient to management, their hours get reduced - sometimes significantly. This is a completely legal way for management to “prove a point” to “out of line” workers who dare have a life outside of work who may be: sick, injured, unavailable for family reasons or more.
Now I’d like to move on to why I made my original post. I’ve been working in hospitality for several years, and have experience in night-life. I am surrounded by others who share these similar experiences and have either seen it, or heard it all. For the most part, our jobs are rewarding, and enjoyable. Customer interactions are fun. Having a job and working is also fun. However, the way things are looking, internationally and internally, within Australia, these positive notes are beginning to deteriorate quickly.
From when I first started working at an ALH store, the job responsibilities have doubled. From stocking shelves and serving customers, it’s now a rat-race to do that, plus pack online orders, clean the facility for Covid, ensure customers are wearing masks and signing in. Additionally, we’re constantly understaffed - but who isn’t? I won’t even go into detail at how Covid has increased this and similar industries astronomically. (REFERENCE 8). There seems to be less and less time to stop and think for a moment. Which is increasing the risk of high-stress, injury, and unnecessary mishaps in the store.
On this note, when signing off on documentation at work, whether it be new responsibilities, or change of service, realistically it’s all signed under duress. As an employee, we don’t have another option but to agree and sign paperwork, otherwise we're under threat to lose our jobs. The only way to prevent this from happening is unionizing.
When Covid first began, the attitude to the frontline workers, Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, the likes, was we were “heroes” for risking our health and safety to continue going to work and serving the community. I’ll ignore the fact we had to, to continue operating a Billion-dollar company, and the fact we still needed to pay rent. But this attitude has devolved from “Good job, thank you” to “too bad. Just deal with it”.
The email sent from ALH was a policy change that they will no longer financially support those affected by covid, and it’s up to the employee to figure it out if they don't have sick leave. The reason behind this is due to a change of government policy regarding Covid (REFERENCE 9).
Stemming from the previous statement, two things. The first: the culture in Australia is that you become a "dole bludger" for using government aid money, only to be criticized, scrutinized and stereotyped by agenda-driven media and person's. The second: Woolworths can afford to payout, and provide benefits to its employees, regardless of employment title. Considering they're known to hoard money from employees. (REFERENCE 10, 11)
Lastly, when I wrote up my original post, I was irate. Not because I get paid 25% loading that’s taxable anyway, and isn’t staying with inflation. Not because my job responsibilities keep increasing while getting paid the same. Not because of the fact if I get sick, my livelihood is at stake because my company won’t support me. Not even upset at the fact I had no choice over what kind of position I took - because I took what I could get. No.
I was livid at the idea that the bar is slowly lowering, again. That corporations keep exceeding their profit margins exponentially, and play a pity-card that they can’t afford us. I’m extremely irate that the rules keep changing with big-business, and we’re just meant to go with it. I’m livid at the idea that someone younger than me will eventually have my job, which used to be doable, but has slowly become near impossible to keep up with the demands and responsibilities. I have empathy for the ones coming after me, in a similar position I was in, who have no chance to have a healthy work-life balance if they want to afford the bare-minimum, if things remain the same.
I love Australia. It’s a wonderful country. Despite my complaints, our job market is actually relatively good. But that’s not enough. We can do better, it’s entirely possible. But despite what I say, or what I believe, I know this much: change is coming, whether we like it or not; it’s up to us to embrace it.
Reference 1, Original post: https://www.reddit.com/antiwork/comments/ry14ys/rantiwork_australia_here_i_work_for_alh_one_of/
Reference 2, Courier Mail: https://www.couriermail.com.au/business/work/antiwork-movement-spreads-as-millions-of-americans-quit-their-jobs/news-story/63762cfc3f7c7b24baf4b1658bf8a80e
Reference 3, Daily Mail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10393149/ALH-Group-Reddit-Final-straw-email-casual-Australian-worker-Covid.html
Reference 4, French Mail: https://news.fr-24.com/entreprise/837233.html
Reference 5, fair work junior rates: https://www.fairwork.gov.au/pay-and-wages/minimum-wages/junior-pay-rates
Reference 6, Casual statistics: https://www.aph.gov.au/About_Parliament/Parliamentary_Departments/Parliamentary_Library/pubs/rp/rp2122/TrendsCasualEmployment#_Toc88649287
Reference 7, ATO tax: https://www.ato.gov.au/Rates/Individual-income-tax-rates/
Reference 8, Industry turnover: https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/industry/retail-and-wholesale-trade/retail-trade-australia/nov-2021
Reference 9, Covid protocol: https://www.health.gov.au/sites/default/files/documents/2022/01/covid-19-test-isolate-national-protocols.pdf
Reference 10, Woolworths underpaying staff: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-08/woolworths-settles-2019-class-action-over-underpaying-staff/100523318
Reference 11, Coles underpaying staff: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-12-02/coles-underpays-7800-employees-more-than-115-million-allegedly/100669200
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2022.01.16 22:27 vrrrrrkiki Leave in conditioner recommendations?
This winter has been very harsh, dry and VERY cold. My poor lab has started to get some dandruff which I’m going to assume is from the dry heat in the house and dry freezing temps outside. I don’t want to bathe her and dry her out even worse. :( It is very small white flakes, she’s black so I can see them when I pet her. Is there something I can spray on her coat to help moisturize her? (She is already on supplements.)
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2022.01.16 22:27 blackiehideaki Juno - Saving the Prince [OC]
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2022.01.16 22:27 OmegaBeasts_NFT OmegaWalrus [Phase 4] NFT Discord Giveaway! | 20 WINNERS | discord.gg/BBCZyEPj8x
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2022.01.16 22:27 alebalmaiin Research experience
I am graduating undergrad this semester and have the intent to pursue graduate school. I'm aware that I need research experience but there are hardly any psychology research specific positions that I can find. Does it necessarily matter what type of research experience I have? Should I take what I can get now and take up more opportunities if they come available in the future? Or would working an actual job instead of taking a research position be better now that I've practically completed my bachelor's? Thanks for any advice
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2022.01.16 22:27 _jaxxed Alexa, play A New World Fool
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2022.01.16 22:27 unforgiven1189 Streaming "SplitGate" Soon! Trying to Get Affiliate! Voice Actor & Huge Nerd!
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2022.01.16 22:27 TheBest3805 In Your House: Final Four
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2022.01.16 22:27 sparckss Tips for Track Noobs
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2022.01.16 22:27 picador10 How I imagine most of us feel when trying out a new mouse that doesn't feel right (first 15 seconds only)
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