What needs to happen is new law written to at least allow the possibility for religious bans.
That is a dangerous idea.
Some ideas are too dangerous to welcome.
And increase the cost of getting the testing done, and therefore increase the cost of the product.
Shopped around and bought an expensive Bosch washing machine with awesome ratings for energy and water usage. Turns out it uses MORE water than the old standard one.
So you spent more on the one that is apparently gaming standardized tests...? I'll just point out that the work to game the test isn't free, either.
And while Colligan's prediction was far worse -- Apple simply left Palm in the dust, unable to compete
We must have different definitions of worse, at least for the CEO. Getting bought out by a megacorp sounds like a way better ending than getting left in the dust and ultimately forgotten.
The bottom line is that there are very few nice, generous employers anymore
I actually wonder how the assumption came to being that there were ever more than a few. I mean, you go back only 100 or so years and you're smack in the middle of the industrial revolution where the 40-hour work week didn't exist yet. It's debatable whether it really exists today...
It's like somebody saying something really stupid, and you present a counter argument, and people say, "Yeah but, they have the right to say whatever they want."
The problem with this analogy is that it happens IRL way too often to make it sound wrong
How do you feel about interrupt
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but you will just excrete 14K of those
So what you're saying is the OP is full of shit? <rimshot
When your work speaks for itself, don't interrupt. -- Henry J. Kaiser