mixamixa Post time: 2015-5-2 11:46
I stand by my posts. I am sure you can answer your questions about your posts much better than me.
As I expected, you refuse to answer simple questions, seems that you are embarrassed to admit that you are either wrong in what you wrote before ( but you say you stand by your statements ) or your company are underpaying the workers in China
futsanglung Post time: 2015-5-2 05:57
As I expected, you refuse to answer simple questions, seems that you are embarrassed to admit that ...
Company productivity is not the same thing as how much you pay for your workers. Labour costs can be increased if the output increases more and cost per output unit decreases.
Also, not everyone should be paid the same or even the same way. What we pay for workers in Finland is not our Chinese workers' business. Salaries are paid according the company's best interest. Some people who are important and difficult to replace will earn more and people who are not so important and easy to replace will earn less.
This post was edited by futsanglung at 2015-5-2 12:21
mixamixa Post time: 2015-5-2 12:12
Company productivity is not the same thing as how much you pay for your workers. Labour costs can ...
Post number 21 in this thread written by you says "People usually get paid what they contribute or deserve. Chinese workers wages are lower because their productivity is lower than in Western countries", that is clear but now you contradict this by saying this is wrong if it suits the company to pay some people less.
I was asking you to compare warehouse workers in both countries, like for like, not specialist workers that can not easily be replaced. What you say here is that you expect the Chinese to work much harder than the Finnish workers to get the same returns, that seems very unfair and certainly contradicts your earlier comment
futsanglung Post time: 2015-5-2 06:20
Post number 21 in this thread written by you says "People usually get paid what they contribute or ...
People do get paid what they deserve or contribute. How could there be any other way? If you contribute or deserve more than you get, I'm sure someone notices this and hires you with improved terms. If no one hires you with better terms then shouldn't you quit and start doing what you do on your own and sell your service to the market with the higher deserved price?