I know this is supposed to be funny, but does it horrify anyone else that social media is being used by employers to monitor how happy we are to be slaves to capitalism and if we aren’t 1000% enthusiastic about having to work, you’re immediately terminated? He says “Good luck with your no money, no job life” but the implication is pretty clear–”Good luck starving to death because you didn’t live to serve me/my company”
So if you express a feeling about your job/working/capitalism on your own social media space that doesn’t please your employers, you’re punished.
This is some dystopian shit right here
This is actually illegal in the US, by the way. There’s a thing called the National Labor Relations Act that protects your right to complain about your job (the reasoning being if you can’t complain you can’t find other employees with similar complaints to start a union with).
If this happens to you, you should file a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board.
I have always been uncomfortable with this post and I’m so glad queerjoseph was able to put it into words for me
reblogging because I legit did not know about the National Labor Relations Act
it fact checks
I really don’t want to watch that social dilemma documentary on Netflix I feel like it will give me intense anxiety
I miss this song and this band
RBG gone it’s been nice having rights
Rbg died. Any thoughts on the election after this?
dems are probably gonna let the republicans walk all over them and appoint another supreme court judge, so more than likely its just one less reason to vote for biden
the mass hysteria following the death of an unelected lifetime appointee is really illuminating about how undemocratic our government has always been
Justin Bieber’s new music video is a military advertisement
The Painter and Her Neighbor