Management is not Sincere in Just Share promise

1676a5e8-d2b3-481f-8102-3916e9fe61b3_972Why share should be Just?

As far as I can remember, the agreement of just share to the fruit of works were done before the school year begun, and contract was signed by both parties so that responsibilities are to be carried out for justice’s sake and for the good of the people who will be receiving and buying the services. The agreement requires the cooperation of both parties, the employer and the employees. Both parties are entitled to receive what is just. Just work on the part of the employees and just remuneration on the part of the employer.

As of this time, I think there had been a misunderstanding on both sides on how this Just should be exercised by both parties. Employees are beginning to demand what they are suppose to be receiving as Just share. Months have passed and still nothing had happened. There are many reasons coming from the management why such Just remuneration is not yet visible to the worker. Whatever the reasons of the management, I believe that they should face their employees and explain everything that they need  to explain. Employees’ dedication to work are declining because of the feeling that they are not well treated. I say treated,not paid, because part of treating well an employee is paying him/her according to what is just for justice’ sake(Commutative).

I’m not after the money here, I am after the responsibility of the management to do what has been agreed upon. To be true to their words. How will their employees trust them if a simple just share is not observed. Values are being questioned in times like this. I know, a devoted and compassionate worker will not be after the money and I am not after the money I must get. I am  after to the value of role modeling that the management is suppose to be showing to the employees so that commitment, dedication, honesty, and trust would prevail in the workplace.

Why share should be Just?

…for everybody’s sake…!

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