Myth #1—I need to earn $10.00 per hour so that's how much (I should be paid) I'm worth.
Myth #2—They're not paying me enough to work that hard.
Myth #3—I showed up and put in my time, I'm entitled to that wage raise (promotion).
Myth #4—If I work too hard, I could run out of work. I should slow down to make my work last longer.
Myth #5—No matter how much I produce or how fast I move, I'm going to be paid more.
Myth #6—New technology is bad because it will eliminate my job.
Myth #7—It's all right to steal from my employer because he/she/it can afford it. Besides he/she/it isn't paying me enough for what I'm doing.
Myth #8—All businessmen are thieves.
Myth #9—It's management versus labor. They have different interests.
Myth #10—Most customers don't care about the quality of our products/services, why should I care?
Myth #11—I'll make more money if I belong to a labor union.
Myth #12—Unions protect older workers from being laid-off.
Myth #13—Companies don't need to earn a profit. Why should I work so hard just to make someone else rich?
Myth #14—It's O.K. to use the company's phone, internet connection, FAX machine, vehicle and miscellaneous other supplies for my own personal projects.
Myth #15—Minimum wage legislation guarantees that everyone will earn a decent wage and that no one will be exploited.
Myth #16—Child labor laws that forbid employers from employing children under a certain age and limit the number of hours they may be employed until they reach that age prevent child exploitation.
Myth #17—Americans can't compete against cheap Chinese labor.
Myth #18—Cheap Mexican labor steals U.S. jobs. N.A.F.T.A. is bad.
Myth #19—It's bad for businesses to hire so many part-time employees instead of hiring full-time employees.
Myth #20—I pay into Social Security so I don't have to save anything for my retirement.
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