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I used to work as an equipment operator in a mine. It' s fairly dangerous work, and even on the best of days it' s still damaging to your health.
My company was put through a shitstorm when an audit showed that women made about 30% less than men across the board.
It made no mention of the fact that the women at the company had jobs that involved answering phones when they rang, otherwise sitting around and typing something or playing Yahoo games.
The women, of course, raised hell and started screaming discrimination, hoping they' d get raises.
There' s a happy ending though- Our big boss at the time was fucking brilliant. He decided to outsource our administrative work to one of those bookkeeping/ clerical companies and concentrate only on the mining
operation, effectively eliminating all the womens' positions.
To keep from getting in trouble, he told the office women that he wasn' t firing any of them. Not only did they get to stay with the company, they were all going to be given substantial raises. He informed them that
they had all been given labor positions in the mine (the same position any of us started with) and that they had to show up at Sam (same as us) to start their safety training before being sent underground.
I' m sure it isn' t hard to guess how many of them showed up.
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This makes me feel all
warm and fuzzy inside.