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Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons

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1. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2015-06-22 executive pay 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2015-06-22 Pub. Date: 2015-06-22
Image Number: 128822
Caption: Captains of Industry Speak! On offshoring: If you love something, set it free. That's why we're setting 3,000 jobs free, like gazelles, to bound to new and exotic points of the compass! Just imagine: Data entry under a Calcutta moon! Guangdong cam. Bangalore cam. On downsizing: We had to cut 1,500 jobs, or else we couldn't afford my $50 million bonus. It's just the harsh reality of the market! On automation: The Adminidroid 8000 can do most white-collar desk jobs at a fraction of the cost of actual humans! But don't worry - there will be plenty of new jobs in robot maintenance! On raising the minimum wage: Pay more than $7.25 an hour!? NO WAY! Why, we'd have to CUT JOBS! I guess we won't even ask about unions.
     
2. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2014-01-13 executive pay 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2014-01-14 Pub. Date: 2014-01-13
Image Number: 106384
Caption: Nation of Moochers. $17/hour. "[what} workers at the bottom of the wage scale would be earning if increased labor productivity were reflected in their pay, rather than in corporate profits, executive compensation and shareholder returns" - New York Times, 1/10/14. Sadly, we living in a nation of takers who prefer to siphon money from productive citizens. The corporate culture of dependence in action. Of course I deserve 350 times as mush as my minions! Time to teach these parasites there's no free lunch! Actually, this is on my expense account. Bonbon? Unfortunately, this might prove difficult. Tsk-tsk! 26 weeks of mooching off others is enough! Extend unemployment benefits now! But you've been mooching off me for 26 years!
     
3. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2013-07-08 executive pay 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2013-07-09 Pub. Date: 2013-07-08
Image Number: 99179
Caption: Paycheck Swipe. As if low wages weren't bad enough, several companies are now paying employees through fee-laden debit cards. CHATTELCARD. 0568 4309 2814 3259 Minnie Mumwage. Visa. ATM FEE. LOST CARD FEE. TRANSFER TO CHECKING ACCOUNT FEE. BALANCE INQUIRY FEE. INACTIVITY FEE. You can't beat the CONVENIENCE of these cards. They save money on payroll ... Generate profits for the card issuer ... Provide kickbacks to the company ... So convenient for everyone! Um ... Yes, we've made it easier than ever to lose part of your paycheck. Can't I just get automatic deposit? Actually, you'll be needing that card to access the restroom. 75 cents. If prepaid cards are workers' only option, shouldn't they be required for CEOs, too? Same percentages deducted as minimum-wage employees! EXECUDEBIT. 6835 7719 2167 3742. I. X. Ploitem. Visa. $8 Million Salary? $800 ATM Fee! Um ... Sure is convenient!
     
4. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2012-07-31 executive pay 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2012-07-31 Pub. Date: 2012-07-31
Image Number: 86668
Caption: FAT CAT. As you may have heard, we at Caterpillar had record profits of $4.9 billion last year. So, naturally we're freezing 800 workers' wages for the next six years while we increase executive pay big time! "How do we do it? Introducing our Employee Fracking System." First, we turn our jumbo-shaft wallet borer lose on workers. "Then our state-of-the-art pneumatic profit pump siphons the money directly into executives' tax shelters." Finally, our 300-horsepower pension compactor handily crushes retirement packages to the size of a small toaster oven! KRUNCH! Caterpillar: In a class by ourselves.
     
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