People who try are punished.
As society moves in a socialist direction, what I don't like is the tendency to punish those who make an effort in the name of equality. It is often said that there is a law in companies that says 80:20. It means that 20% of the people achieve 80% of the company's sales. Of course, the 20% of people are not rewarded with 80% of the company's revenue.
The socialist view is that everyone is equal and everyone is paid equally regardless of their work. This is based on the idea that those who contribute less will contribute more and become equal. However, in reality, it is based on passing the wages from those who contribute more to those who contribute less.
This does not reward those who work hard. This is the problem with socialism today. For example, in Washington State, where I live, 1.1% of the price of a new car is collected as a tax to be used for light rail projects. In short, the more expensive the car, the higher the tax. This is a tax law that punishes people who work hard and save their money to buy expensive cars. I don't like it.
I believe that companies need to create an organization that rewards people for their hard work, and that encourages people to work hard instead of dragging them down, in order to grow.
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