Inequality for all

I was watching Robert Reich’s Inequality for All with some friends the other day. One of my friends kept commenting on how Reich was doing a great job of describing the problem but he wasn’t providing a solution. As I thought about it I realized that Reich was providing the answer. We, meaning you and I, have to collectively decide that our labor is worth something. We have to make business understand that without us they will go out of business. We are their customers and if we cannot buy their products then they will go out of business. Raise wages or lower prices to make it affordable to live. Quit giving exorbitant pay increases to executives while claiming that high labor costs is keeping them from being competitive in a world market. Emulate the 1950’s, 60’s, and 70’s when all shared and prospered.

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Author: Rich Garling

Successful results-driven experience in IT program/project management, focusing on collaborating with multiple businesses and IT workstreams to define detailed business process requirements into workable enterprise software solutions for retail, finance, pharmaceutical, and inventory processes. A successful proven track record in leading cross-functional international teams of project managers while managing expectations and delivering projects of greater than $10M within stakeholder expectations. Provided an in-depth knowledge of SDLC using Agile and Waterfall project management methodologies (Scrum Master (SMC)), MS IT Management/Project Management (AMU)), and a talent for developing business requirements delivering workable technology solutions. Rich holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Science in Information Technology/Project Management from American Military University. He is currently a Project Manager III for Bradford Hammacher Group in Niles, IL/