From a young age we are all taught or have heard of the “Golden Rule”, which is to treat others the way you want to be treated. This rule is not set in stone, but rather is unspoken universally among all people. What would the world be like if everyone treated everyone else badly, or put them down, or did not give them respect? It would not be an ideal world, but that is why we as humans strive each and every day to better ourselves and to treat our fellow people with the same level of respect and kindness that we think we deserve. By doing this, the hopeful outcome will be that they will wish to better themselves and pay it forward.
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There isn’t time to sorrow over your problems and Steve Jobs displays that in his speech. Before I begin stating my arguments for why I agree with Steve Jobs I want to bring it to the attention of all people that life is precious. Life is precious because you make it that way. Your decisions and actions make your life different than everyone else’s. If we all thought and acted the same way our society wouldn’t progress and we wouldn’t be unique individuals.
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Employers Treatment of Contracts For a long time in this country unions have been fighting for workers’ rights and privileges. Even workers’ who are not unionized reap the benefits of the hard work from labor unions such as safe, healthy and fair conditions at work (AFL-CIO). Now employers are finding a way to infringe on workers’ rights again by misrepresenting employees as independent contractors. This will not go uncontested by the Change to Win organization. Unions are stepping up a campaign to get the Obama administration to crack down on companies that treat workers as independent contractors instead of employees—a practice that effectively puts tens of thousands of workers out of reach of labor organizers (Trottman, 2010).