If you're not angry you'll have to forgive me and others
for reading you as such based on the form and content
of your posts (all we have to form a judgement upon).
We are within a capitalist system. If people can sell their
skills etc. for a better return (in a rounded sense) then
they are, effectively, obligated to take steps to obtain
that higher reward. Otherwise the 'invisible hand' is
frustrated and the system doesn't work to spec.
If your people can get a better deal elsewhere they
should go get it. If they can't they should shut-up. All
else is sound and fury signifying nothing.
I can see people being unhappy about their financial
position but the article suggested that it is unlikely any
supervisor can fix that in the normal state of affairs and I
propose that is an obvious and universal truth.
Since the article was about what a supervisor can do then
discounting money as an option is entirely reasonable in
my opinion. The article didn't reject it, just discounted it.
Are you sure you aren't angry?
You know yourself best, of course, but you are, to my
eye, showing signs of stress and tension which is bad for
you and pointless in this forum.
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