- Apr 14, 2001
<< Sorry, but it is the responsibility of the individual to manage his own stress. Also, if you're going to have kids, it's YOUR responsibility to care for them... not the state's responsibility, not your employer's responsibility, YOUR responsibility. >>
Agree with you here. And as a full time employee, I see my employer as a resource for daycare and stress reducing programs. My company already offers these things as benefits. BTW, when did I ever mention the govt. getting involved?
<< Maybe more parents could stay home, if we weren't forced to pay for all this nanny-state crap in the first place, eh? >>
I don't disagree with you here either. What is your point? >>
My point was companies that charge their employees nothing for daycare, effectivly making the childless pay for the daycare of others. Some do, some don't.