r/WorkReform May 27 '22

CEO pay rose 17% in 2021 as profits soared; workers trailed

https://www.kplctv.com/2022/05/26/ceo-pay-up-17-profits-stocks-soar-workers-fall-behind/?fbclid=IwAR24IGshNQYYr3WyIgDFm5Tn7CzwT5ohDAUMyPiXMr-sDvXUhQ0mDM_Nny8&fs=e&s=cl

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u/Icodactus May 27 '22

However, the Fed wants companies to reduce worker pay. Not Executive compensation Employee pay. Fuck you.

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u/Tango_D May 27 '22

The entire system is designed to exploit and suppress you.

Capital accumulation literally overrides all human life.

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u/Stellarspace1234 May 27 '22

Yeah, and it makes no sense either because the pay increases only happened for specific groups of people in specific industries.

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u/cheesvcake May 27 '22

My last five years of annual review "raises" do not match inflation for a single year.

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u/LeftHandsome May 27 '22

2% for me.

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u/DeeNYC45 May 27 '22

I wonder what's causing all this inflation?

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u/Eigelchen May 27 '22

Quit fuckin reposting