Compensation For Boring Work

laitman_600_04In the News (The Telegraph): “A Frenchman claims his employer gave him so little to do that he suffered from ‘bore out’ and is now demanding €360,000 (£283,000) in compensation.

“The term ‘burn out’, when employees collapse due to stress and overwork, is well-known but Frédéric Desnard, 44, from Paris, has accused his ex-employer, a prestigious perfumes company, of subjecting him to something far worse: being bored stiff. …

“‘I went into depression, …’ he told AFP. … He was fired in 2014 after seven months’ sick leave.”

My Comment: The world is entering into a period of final degeneration. It turns out the owner has to take care of the employee’s spirits and not burden him with work such that boredom will not cause his depression. This is simply crazy. What kind of claims can be made of an employer? Which laws and agreements say that employees must be 100% occupied with work? Perhaps, on the contrary, the employer should pay less according to the amount of work.

The fact is that in today’s world, especially in Europe, there are laws that can be manipulated, as wrote Lenin, ”The capitalists will sell us the rope with which to hang them.”

This is modern democracy. Egoism grows into such a miasmic state, that it isn’t necessary to speak about reasonable rights and claims.

If a person feels uncomfortable and dissatisfied to a certain degree, he has the right to turn it against the state, the employer, against anyone. The main thing is that he has enough money for a lawyer.

Comment: It is amazing that the plaintiff has no complaints about himself even though he received pay for idleness.

My Comment: Egoism, our only main characteristic, always enables us to defend ourselves. We see how humanity avoids any attempt to do something with its egoism.

Comment: This is proof that it is not so easy to spread the wisdom of Kabbalah in the world.

My Comment: Of course. At least I don’t see any world conferences dedicated to uprooting or correcting egoism.
From KabTV’s “News with Michael Laitman” 5/4/16

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