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Not going to be a problem for too much longer (for us, that is)why should he? they can just get a 25% electricity increase every time. sickening. d00se.
Pretty sure that is going to happen regardless.If it was part of employment contracts with these employees that they will be fed, it will difficult for Molefe to now backtrack on that, he wasn't the CEO when this agreement was signed... I can already see the Unions waiting on the wings rubbing their hands with glee, waiting for Eskom to slip up so that they can take to the streets and cause havoc!
Yup, read up to:Google - one of the most productive,innovative, profitable companies.
Eskom - one of the most unproductive, backward thinking , unprofitable companies
Like a game of spot the difference
and stopped. Thought to myself, "Self...this guy did not just compare eskom to Google, did he?" :wtf:If you look at some of the best companies to work for in the world, like Google for example, Google provides gourmet meals.”
Without EMPLOYEES there would be no CUSTOMERSSo according to this clown the EMPLOYEES are the most important asset to ESCUM.
No, CUSTOMERS are the most important assets and always will be.
The employees are the vehicle to provide a service for the PAYING customers.
Without CUSTOMERS there would be no EMPLOYEES.
Must be africa logic or am I missing something here.
This is the same person that was asked to leave TRANSNET and now look at the
shambles that was left behind.
Transnet pension fund is bankrupt.
+1 exactly, if it was any of these forum members whose benefits are been taken away, they will complain so no different with Eskom employees. I understand these same employees goes on strike every year but that is just how things work in South Africa.Without EMPLOYEES there would be no CUSTOMERS
I understand that people are unhappy but if you are an employee and you have an employment contract that includes meals, your employer can't just change their mind without inviting legal action. Think of yourself, you wouldn't be happy if your employer could just change your employment contract, taking away perks that were used to entice you in the first place.