That... and also by writing it down you make it easy for the company to fire youPart of this is explainable by the fact that our company has been expanding the plant, so we've got processes moving around and changing, new processes, and old ones being discontinued. Management's supposed to be updating the SWSs as we go along... but people being people, have let the paperwork slip because 'that process is going to change again next week anyways.'
Additionally, health insurance actually makes its money by denying claims.Health insurance is a blight upon the world.
I don't agree with the people here claiming the excessive benefits at Twitter are socialism; they're just that, excessive benefits, and excessive only because how apparently low-productivity so many employees were. If I had employees who were designing the world's first functioning space elevator, I'd be happy to give them benefits like that.
But health insurance has not only made actual health care more expensive, it's made it more time-consuming, more stressful, it acts as an additional shackle making it harder for people to change jobs, and it's been part of bloody well politicizing medicine.
All health insurance should be abandoned. Stick the money in a bank account instead, and in three years, enjoy prices on health care being 50-90% cheaper.
The reason for it is simple... taxes. You don't pay taxes on employee benefits.
If the employer gives you a bunch of "free" stuff for working for them instead of a salary, then I can avoid supporting the evil parasites in Washington with my hard earned cash by not paying taxes on it.
Took a while to be able to pin down the link, the site resets me to an error message constantly because my suspended account went MIA and Twtter is weird about going on without being logged on these days, I gotta find these links through articles online.Sauce?
Took a while to be able to pin down the link, the site resets me to an error message constantly because my suspended account went MIA and Twtter is weird about going on without being logged on these days, I gotta find these links through articles online.