Valkyrie, on 02 December 2012 - 04:21 PM, said:
Actually, he's right. Some friends of mine and I came to the same conclusion. It's a play that not many approve of, but the fact is, these execs may indeed have a tough time getting a job of that level again. (If at all.) It's not a matter of justification. It's a matter of logic in business.
I'm all for what's right...but look at the current state of (our level) of economy. How many people are actually "settling" with jobs instead of getting what they want? My old theater job has more over 30 folk then teenagers. Heck, there are only like 1 or 2 teens there. They have to adapt. Like us regular people. I don't see us normal folk getting any sort of assistance like that. "Oh, you might not get a job like that again because you got fired for not knowing what you are doing, here, let me give you some money." That isn't business logic. Why do lower wage people (talking anything that isn't exec level) have to worry about drowning, yet execs get an oar?
To add, they have millions (most likely) saved up. I SEVERELY doubt they will be struggling...ever. Live with means. Sell that super expensive mansion...car...move somewhere a tad bit modest, find a job (I'm sure they will have connections too...and even not, they would still be able to get a decent job...maybe not the huge pay they made, but life ain't fair)
That's what I'm getting at.