Companies Should Not Be Mandated By Law Essay
By Cameron DeAnda-Covello
Economics, Per. 3
January 4, 2017
Have you ever worked a job with other people or done the same job as someone else and that other person doesn’t do as much work as you or doesn’t do the job as good as you and then they get the same credit for their work as you do? People should get more credit or more money for doing a better job and for putting more effort into their work rather than just doing the minnimum amount of work. Companies should not be mandated by law to pay all workers equal wages for similar job descriptions because some people work harder, more efficiently than others at their job, could cause companies to lose good workers who feel they should get more outcome for their work, and people with education should get paid more because they put more time into getting educated to perform better on the job.
People who work harder at their job and still get paid a similar wage tend to lose interest or likeness in their job which then slows down the pace of companies and could ultimatly loose money for that company, image #1. “Gallup estimates the cost of America’s disengagement crisis at a staggering $300 billion in lost productivity annually.” (Amabile and Kramer) To fix this problem companies need to be more generous with hard working peoples wage and could keep them happy which keeps the company…