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4. | Jul 26, 2014
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5. | Jul 21, 2014
That's EXACTLY why I have complained for years that there are so lankicg 'Part-time careers' in HK! They are abundant in Europe! I mean, there are 60% or 80% jobs, or even 40% ones, and you get SAME promotions and development or advancements at work, say, if you get A-report for three years, for example, then you can get promoted, with a certain (fixed) percent of payrise, but of course, 60% AM, for example, will get promoted to be a 60% Manager. It is a good solution to (at least): (1) provide more job opportunities; (2) help solve unemployment problems; (3) help enterprises lower risks in hiring less experienced/qualified employees, thus facilitate better manpower planning, human resource management, staff development, etc.; (4) help people change to other industries (for whatever reasons) as there are more readily 'test-runs' available in the market; (5) promote work-life balance; (6) SOLVE THE EXACT PROBLEM of (mostly new) parents; (7) be less dependent in a few staff members (the best ones of each rank/post); (8) give enterprises more choices, thus higher bargaining power (in terms of salaries); (9) promote company image by showing CARE to the community; and (10) help to boost economy by giving people more days off and thus more leisure time to SPEND MONEY! I truly think that it is a win-win-win-win solution, so I don't understand why the Gov. is not doing anything or promote it. At least I would NOT mind having a long weekend EVERY WEEK in exchange for having 20% less salary (base on the salary of my last job :P). Not only new parents, but many young people would also like the idea of 80% career (but not jobs with no prospects). Working for one less day does not mean that on the other four days we would not still OT as hard as a dog for the boss, frankly, but just have a bit more personal time, no matter for sleeping, Facebooking, studying or whatever, it is healthier than working 60 hours in office per week. I think it is a good idea, esp. when Donald *verbally* asked HK people to have three children!
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7. | Jun 20, 2014
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8. | Mar 24, 2014
That's EXACTLY why I have complained for years that there are so lcaikng 'Part-time careers' in HK! They are abundant in Europe! I mean, there are 60% or 80% jobs, or even 40% ones, and you get SAME promotions and development or advancements at work, say, if you get A-report for three years, for example, then you can get promoted, with a certain (fixed) percent of payrise, but of course, 60% AM, for example, will get promoted to be a 60% Manager. It is a good solution to (at least): (1) provide more job opportunities; (2) help solve unemployment problems; (3) help enterprises lower risks in hiring less experienced/qualified employees, thus facilitate better manpower planning, human resource management, staff development, etc.; (4) help people change to other industries (for whatever reasons) as there are more readily 'test-runs' available in the market; (5) promote work-life balance; (6) SOLVE THE EXACT PROBLEM of (mostly new) parents; (7) be less dependent in a few staff members (the best ones of each rank/post); (8) give enterprises more choices, thus higher bargaining power (in terms of salaries); (9) promote company image by showing CARE to the community; and (10) help to boost economy by giving people more days off and thus more leisure time to SPEND MONEY! I truly think that it is a win-win-win-win solution, so I don't understand why the Gov. is not doing anything or promote it. At least I would NOT mind having a long weekend EVERY WEEK in exchange for having 20% less salary (base on the salary of my last job :P). Not only new parents, but many young people would also like the idea of 80% career (but not jobs with no prospects). Working for one less day does not mean that on the other four days we would not still OT as hard as a dog for the boss, frankly, but just have a bit more personal time, no matter for sleeping, Facebooking, studying or whatever, it is healthier than working 60 hours in office per week. I think it is a good idea, esp. when Donald *verbally* asked HK people to have three children!
9. | Mar 22, 2014
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10. | Mar 22, 2014
when i found out i was going to be a mom i didnt really rezile it was gona change my whole life around. i was pregant and still living the teen age life. well of course when hit 6 months i was pretty big so i wasnt out doing what everyone else was doing but i was still going out to the mall movies hanging with my friends. as soon as i got my contractions it just hit me im going to be a mom. and ijust got so scared i didnt tell anyone i was getting contractions. just stayed quiet but my woke up and noticed i was getting contractions and took me to the hospital cause i had an appointment anyways. and i was dialed to 4 already after i had my baby i didnt feel like a mom it kinda felt like i was just baby sitting her. but now im in realiyt i never knew how hoard it was to maintain a baby how much money you need it open my eyes to see what my mom goes through everyday to support me and my brothers.
11. | Dec 14, 2013
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12. | Dec 13, 2013
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13. | Dec 12, 2013
Interesting topic even more interesting is obevisrng the reactions some teens have when it comes to child birth. At this age(teens), having a child should be the last thing on our minds, first before anything should be our education. I see teenage mothers/fathers or mothers/fathers-soon-to-be all the time walking the halls of VHS and I pity them. Either they purposely wanted a child for some bizarre reason or they made some bad choices when it came to contraception. Those are 2 types of teenage pregnancies, now here are the 2 types of teenage parent: either a ghettolicious hot mama and papa whom after high believe to live(mooch) off their parents and/or grandparents until the day they die or decide to contribute to society. Teen Parent number 2 is: the hopeful, ambitious, and smart student who dreams of doing something his/her life and yet one day decided to experiment with sex and ignorantly f%$^ed their lives up. In conclusion, if you are dumb enough to make such a decision such as unsafe sex then you don't need a parental chat you need a reality check, loser. ;]PS; thank you Beth for such a good topic.
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15. | Nov 26, 2013
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16. | Nov 25, 2013
Interesting topic even more interesting is obrnsvieg the reactions some teens have when it comes to child birth. At this age(teens), having a child should be the last thing on our minds, first before anything should be our education. I see teenage mothers/fathers or mothers/fathers-soon-to-be all the time walking the halls of VHS and I pity them. Either they purposely wanted a child for some bizarre reason or they made some bad choices when it came to contraception. Those are 2 types of teenage pregnancies, now here are the 2 types of teenage parent: either a ghettolicious hot mama and papa whom after high believe to live(mooch) off their parents and/or grandparents until the day they die or decide to contribute to society. Teen Parent number 2 is: the hopeful, ambitious, and smart student who dreams of doing something his/her life and yet one day decided to experiment with sex and ignorantly f%$^ed their lives up. In conclusion, if you are dumb enough to make such a decision such as unsafe sex then you don't need a parental chat you need a reality check, loser. ;]PS; thank you Beth for such a good topic.
17. | Oct 17, 2013
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