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Sony and other Japanese companies have banishment
reams where they transfer surplus employees and give them
menial er useless tasks or even nothing to do until they
became depressed or disheartened enaugh tn quit on their
own, thus not getting full
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User avatar #1 - halotalim
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(08/29/2013) [-]
Lets see here. I am still getting paid, for whatever I am doing, no matter how menial or useless, which a majority of the time be easy, and just sit there doing nothing, getting paid for it.
It like my life but I am getting paid and having insurance benefits. Its not welfare cause I am working and I have a minumum wage that is coming in. All for doing nothing.
I win.
User avatar #3 to #1 - crazyolitis
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But you won't get the satisfaction from doing any work. Or am I the only one that enjoys beign productive?
User avatar #9 to #3 - halotalim
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I am productive, I just tried to label the upsides of being there.
User avatar #11 to #9 - crazyolitis
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Yeah, you're kind of right.
#6 to #3 - SimianLich
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You be productive at home.
User avatar #4 to #3 - Mecryte
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(08/29/2013) [-]
Yep.
#68 to #1 - anon id: a63aeac8
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(08/30/2013) [-]
>Sitting at a desk all ******* day

The end goal in life isn't to have a blank space of 9 hours a day, then go home for a short period with some money to spend on the weekend. You should enjoy what you do at work, otherwise you'll never be happy.
#92 to #1 - kez
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Its not doing nothing.

IT will be something like count these pennies.

Sort these skittles by colour then put them all together again in this jar.

Count the number of threads in this piece of material
User avatar #112 to #92 - halotalim
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As I said down the page, Whatever job I have would be a side job to my main job, being a youth minister.
There is A verse in the Bible I like to live by and I think the world would be a much better place of we all did.

Colossians 3:17 "And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him."

As you can see from my posting in this thread. I have a super optimistic outlook on life.
#115 to #112 - kez
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The world would be an even better place though if no religion was followed.
User avatar #119 to #115 - halotalim
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Why would you say that? Man will always worship something, its just in our nature. If religion wasn't followed, people would still worship such things an entertainment, politics, or people. To say we shouldn't follow a code of ethics because it is a 'religion' (The world would be an even better place though if no religion was followed.) would just make things worse.
#122 to #119 - kez
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Telling people there is a heaven and hell is the worst thing thats ever happened in my opinion.

Death is what makes life so beautiful. And gets the most out of people. Hell doesnt scare anyone cos everything thinks they will go to heaven. And heaven makes people not care because this is just a journey to bliss.
User avatar #131 to #122 - halotalim
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No, telling people there is a heaven to be gained and a hell to be shunned is the best thing you can tell people.

People don't like the thought that there is a God out there, because if there is a God, then there is a standard to live by, Him. If there is a standard to live by, then there is a judgement, and if there is a judgement, then we must change our lives.

Many people don't like thought of changing any time until it comes to elections, but If there is a God who would be the standard, then there is something that we must strive to be.

The Bible says "Be ye holy for I the Lord your God am Holy" Now, we as humans will never be able to reach the level of God, but He wants us to strive and change from what we were to what we can become, helping, showing such characteristics of charity, faith, joy and peace.

I don't care if you like the message of the Gospel or think that telling someone here is a heaven and Hell is a bad thing. but I don't see now telling someone that there is hope after death and a way of escaping judgement is all that bad.
#156 to #131 - kez
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If you asked people if they were good. They would nearly always say yes even if they are not.

By telling them there is a life after this one makes this one unimportant. All you have to do is get into heaven, thats all you have to do with your life. And most people think they will get into it even if they wont. So they are going to hell and wasting their life.

How is that not a bad thing?

I have no problem with spirituality and i'm open to the possiblity of God/s however unlikely they are. But as soon as current religions come into it, it goes down hill.
User avatar #161 to #156 - halotalim
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It doesn't make this life unimportant to say there is a life after this one, and to say that they are heading toward hell doesn't say they are wasting their loves.

There is a difference between "heading to" and "Going to" One says you don't have a choice, the other says you have time to turn around, and once you start thinking with that logic, then that makes this life really important, since you only have this one to get things right.

Everyone will say they are good, but if you ask them "by who's standards" they will normally say "by my own." Humans have to many flaws to be their own standard. Many times, humans can have flawed thoughts, make mistakes,and even kill, hate, and be greedy. This is why there must be a perfect standard to live up to, God.
#172 to #161 - kez
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You arent making much sense and missing the point completely so i will no longer be replying.

Have a nice life. Good bye
#123 to #1 - satoshimiwa
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Doesn't work like that in the adult world. Unless you're completely disillusioned with your job, or you're simply a lazy ****, you have a sense of pride on what you do.
User avatar #124 to #123 - halotalim
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Its called seeing the bright side of things.
#162 to #1 - mymissiondaytwo
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You have to take into account that companies in Japan wouldn't have come up with this concept if employees didn't see it as punishment.
User avatar #169 to #162 - halotalim
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Exactly. It's not, from how I see it.
#195 to #1 - empithree
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well.. when I do nothing i'm afraid of losing my job cos I'm doing nothing.
****** stressing yo.
User avatar #2 to #1 - pyrothermal
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(08/29/2013) [-]
But you aren't being utilized to your full potential, probably at reduced pay, and going absolutely nowhere on the corporate ladder.
User avatar #10 to #2 - halotalim
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I don't care about rising above others and I am on a federal work study at my college, anything they pay would be high than what I already get.
#30 to #1 - icameisawilostit
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(08/30/2013) [-]
Having a menial or pointless job can really do emotional damage if you had pride for what you once did or who you are.   
   
I would rather be paid decently for a job I consider to be very very hard than paid very well for a job that is mind numbing.   
   
Here's something for your trouble.
Having a menial or pointless job can really do emotional damage if you had pride for what you once did or who you are.

I would rather be paid decently for a job I consider to be very very hard than paid very well for a job that is mind numbing.

Here's something for your trouble.
#33 to #30 - halotalim
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User avatar #5 to #1 - traelos
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Except some Japanese people have this weird sickness called "self-respecto".

Symptoms include: wanting to make something of yourself, wanting something to have pride in, a sense of responsibility to your family and society, a dislike of being effectively told you're useless and mild to severe halitosis.
#66 to #5 - stanleys
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Good god, that sounds awful!
User avatar #49 to #5 - flemsdfer
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I'd say take the easy, free, money and do something else to have respect in. Some hobby after "work" where you make something of value to redeem it all.
User avatar #28 to #5 - robotvoice
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(08/30/2013) [-]
also it causes mass fear of giant lizards.
User avatar #8 to #5 - halotalim
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I do have pride in what I do, any job I get is a side job to my main work as a youth minister working to setting kids on a right path. With all that free time, it would give me time to think, read, and study, and I would get PAID for it.
#90 to #8 - alegitusername
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i figure you'd still have to do things, they might not even allow you to use that as free time.
User avatar #109 to #90 - halotalim
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(08/30/2013) [-]
Yeah, but it wouldn't be to much.
User avatar #12 to #8 - traelos
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(08/29/2013) [-]
Well I think it's safe to say you're the exception, not the rule.
User avatar #251 to #5 - tisjunkisdamnfunny
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(08/30/2013) [-]
clearly they dont know about annabis
#188 to #5 - anon id: ea6487cc
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(08/30/2013) [-]
work to live, dont live to work. Self respect can be earned much easier outside of work plus you do not throw your life away and actually enjoy it.
#187 to #5 - anon id: 7d74e1d8
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"a sense of responsibility to your family"

Out of quitting and not getting benefits, or being paid and getting benefits, which one is more likely to put the food on your table for the family? Sorry but 1 was right this is a no brainer
User avatar #183 to #5 - romagnum
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too bad I have vaccins
User avatar #176 to #5 - kristovsky
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(08/30/2013) [-]
*self-respektu
#81 to #5 - anon id: 4d2daa24
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thats called being a dumb faggot lol
#72 to #5 - anon id: 23b51d3e
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I would jsut write code fin my useless room until the end of time. There is also hardware computer design i could do. I could write security codes and maybe build a computer from literally nothing. I have the best dam major in the world mother ******* can suck it.
#43 to #5 - anon id: 10b0ea66
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Yes.
Letting people screw you over is self respect.
User avatar #47 to #5 - poniesareghey
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(08/30/2013) [-]
what a bunch of fags
User avatar #32 to #5 - guiguito
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(08/30/2013) [-]
my life goal is getting money for free, what's japan problem?
User avatar #18 - heartlessrobot
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(08/29/2013) [-]
This wouldn't work in America, they'd never quit.
#75 to #18 - aceonfire
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(08/30/2013) [-]
I miss your old profile gif...
User avatar #180 to #75 - heartlessrobot
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(08/30/2013) [-]
Me too, but someone warned me fagmin might ban me for it.
#281 to #180 - aceonfire
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pm me it?
User avatar #291 to #281 - heartlessrobot
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I don't think I can send a gif via pm.
User avatar #233 to #18 - failtolawl
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it does actually exist in some school systems, teachers are under contract and cannot be fired, so they are sent to rooms like these.
User avatar #40 to #18 - xdeathspawnx
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(08/30/2013) [-]
yeah this is half the countries dream job
User avatar #76 to #40 - ilovehitler
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Except it's really not as great as it sounds, you don't just get to do whatever you want.
You do completely menial, mind numbingly dull tasks, like hole punching papers for 8 hours straight, and then shredding the surplus.
User avatar #87 to #76 - rockamekishiko
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gives you a lot of time to think. I'd like that.
User avatar #270 to #87 - blbrian
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(08/30/2013) [-]
.. for about 2 days
User avatar #17 - ImmortalBaconEater
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(08/29/2013) [-]
This is my dream.
User avatar #36 - vatra
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I'd never quit, I'd just lay there for my 8 hours then walk out with a smile on my face every day.
User avatar #56 to #36 - kwanzalord
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You actually wouldn't be able to sleep....
I think people are misunderstanding this.
You actually are forced to do something, some stupid job.
for example, punching staples into stacks of paper, then shredding them....
this task lasts forever, and does "nothing for the company"
User avatar #263 to #56 - thewaronbeingcool
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Well then if you don't do their ****** little jobs then they fire you and you get the benefits they were trying to deny you.
User avatar #266 to #263 - kwanzalord
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That's not how it works in Japan.
User avatar #267 to #266 - thewaronbeingcool
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What do you mean?
User avatar #268 to #267 - kwanzalord
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If you don't do the work, that means they don't have to offer you the benefits as you are not actually doing what you were hired to do.

If you try to quit, other companies will not hire you as they know you were in this "useless" department.
User avatar #59 to #56 - vatra
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Fair enough, but they are willing to pay me for something stupid like that then I'll do it just to spite them.
User avatar #61 to #59 - kwanzalord
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In most cases, they cut your pay and reduce your benefits.
It's also embarassing....kind of like saying that you're on welfare or you still live with your parents at age 40
User avatar #62 to #61 - vatra
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Oh, if they cut the pay and benefits then it isn't worth it and also sounds borderline abuse of workers.
User avatar #63 to #62 - kwanzalord
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It is abuse of workers, but it's also not....(working around the law..woohooo)
The workers can't quit either, because that goes on their work history.
The department is named cleverly so other companies know about the situation.
The other companies will not hire them as they think "they must have been put there because they're a terrible employee)

In most cases, the employees are put in these departments because they aren't socially compatible with their superiors.
User avatar #67 to #63 - vatra
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(08/30/2013) [-]
Well ****, remind me to never need to get a job in Japan.
User avatar #166 to #67 - kwanzalord
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yea, the job atmosphere in Japan is harsh and hard....
User avatar #37 to #36 - richardastley
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**** yeah. Go to work, sleep, leave work, live life.
User avatar #39 to #37 - winsauceiswin
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until they move you to 2nd shift.

i had a second shift job this year. basically:

asleep when friends are working

work while friends are free

free when friends are asleep
User avatar #42 to #39 - thenewgizmobox
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well, just go out for "lunch" if they want you gone anyways who cares?
User avatar #44 to #42 - winsauceiswin
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that could work lol
#38 to #37 - hamfj
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Work is the perfect length for sleep... This can't be a coincident
User avatar #19 - thewaronbeingcool
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(08/29/2013) [-]
Getting paid to do nothing sounds awesome.
User avatar #31 to #19 - imashitbricks
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Welcome to welfare!

Here in Missouri you can make more money on Welfare doing ******** than you will on minimum wage.
User avatar #58 to #31 - kwanzalord
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Except this isn't the same...
This is doing work....that does nothing for the company.
Aka being forced to listen to music you really hate, writing a review, then throwing it away.
User avatar #88 to #58 - imashitbricks
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Did I say sitting in the room was like Welfare?
#190 - sparox
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Get paid to do nothing? **********************
Get paid to do nothing? **********************
#140 - xerros
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(08/30/2013) [-]
>Sony and other Japanese companies have banishment reams

So the shadow realm does exist.
User avatar #85 - zomaru
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(08/30/2013) [-]
>All the people who don't realize that Japanese people are hard workers who enjoy their work, nearly on par with Germans.

Sure, Americans would ******* love this Japanese would be depressed because they no they are not being aloud to reach their full potential.
User avatar #91 to #85 - ilcecchino
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well... i for one am DEFINATELY not one to put effort into anything.. i loathe just about anything that can be considered "work"....

But i currently work as an arcade attendant... fun right? It's boring as ******* hell... i LITERALLY. do nothing all day... but i still have responsibility... so i can't leave the arcade or anything. so i just walk in circles... all day... watching the 1-5 family's play their games... not doing a damn thing... i can't sit down cause then i'm "slacking off on the job"

I would leave this job in an instant for a desk job or some kinda research/science schmeal.... i can't stand not doing anything... there's a difference btween doing nothing being at home... and being forced to literally do nothing
User avatar #94 to #85 - twi
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well, im murrican
doing nothing and getting paid sounds damnnnnnnnnnnn good
#99 to #94 - russianbro
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User avatar #111 to #99 - twi
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eat **** and die
#113 to #111 - russianbro
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User avatar #114 to #113 - twi
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wwowowwowowowowooowowoooow
User avatar #157 - icameheretotroll
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Holy ******* **** this is my dream job
User avatar #16 - chiefsolidcawk
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Where do i sign up?
User avatar #24 to #16 - Deathborne
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(08/30/2013) [-]
In Japan.