Wall Street Giving Out Bonuses
Isn't it typical of those in power in the city to push it to the typical New Yorker. Today, with millions of Americans out of work, Wall Street wants to give out bonuses. They claim the workers earned it according to the contracts they signed when they began work. In other words if a trader or broker goes pass their quota for the year, they earn bonuses. I understand that is the right of the company to do that. But with many New Yorkers out of work, do you think that is right? Do you think that is ethical?
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Instead of giving out bonuses to a bunch of young brats, who really don't deserve them, give the money to the city, so the city can help the homeless, or put the money into programs to help those earning low incomes.
What do you think?
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