martes, 15 de octubre de 2013

Donors of goodwill

In capitalist economies is accepted that the employer sells at a profit (surplus) labor that "bought" the employee.

Imagine a job seeker and arrives at a company where a sign says not exactly “employees are needed" but it says "goodwill donors are needed".

-What's this?! - Disoriented think the worker who needs employment.

Well, this is not anything but an entrepreneur who decided to put things in place, speak out, speak the truth, explain the situation with brutal honesty.

Is this extravagant an entrepreneur? Yes, of course, makes the incredible awkwardness of telling the truth, a truth that nobody would confess and leakage that many stakeholders do not take the time to think what is the bottom line.

What happens in all jobs is that the employer, when going to sell what the worker produces, adds a certain percentage of profit wage cost had.

For example : if a worker receives 100 for his work, the employer will sell this production will be priced at 120, or 20 more than I paid on account of wages.
Is it fair that the employer copper more than paid the worker and stay with that difference?

In this question (which is moral, ethical, philosophical, ideological ), the Communists and Socialists say the employer should not keep that surplus value ( surplus value, profit ) received by selling production worker. Meanwhile, capitalists believe that it is legitimate for the employer makes money for investment and job opportunities offered by job seekers.

Except Cuba and North Korea, workers donate that goodwill, as requested by the poster.

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Los donantes de plusvalía.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.033)

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