Tuesday, March 1, 2016

NFP's Want Help in Paying Higher Wage

     NFP's are rattling the tin cup in Albany more than usual.....They want state help in meeting Andy's $15 minimum wage.
     Guess what ? So do all businesses especially small ones.  NFP's will have to do what we all do. Get more efficient or perhaps cut the pay of those at the top and redistribute the money downward.
     
   http://wrvo.org/post/disabled-service-providers-say-ny-state-must-help-them-pay-increased-minimum-wage#stream/0

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's great to see Junknews continuing to slant its coverage of our election process. Mr Smith today offered a story from overseas reporting that Thighs has the White House in the bag if she wins super Tuesday. And no matter how juvenile the Daily News gets, Smith can't wait to reprint whatever Mr Zuckerman, a Democrat stooge on par with any golfer anywhere, has to say. I never understand why the bias of news media is so pervasive. Even the junk can't resist the temptation to mislead. Maybe Mr Smith will someday get a patronage job out of it. I hear they are looking for another superintendent for the state office building. That's a plum job for those who sing the proper song.

Anonymous said...

Wow careful NFP's in the great white north are akin to sainthood, although the 5K you got for the Urban Mission certainly helped them on their Capitol Campaign so one would think they would be happy to pay their employees a living wage...

Anonymous said...

First and foremost the NFPs must cut adminstrative costs alot. Then the state could step in.
Everyone in Patti Ritchies district should band together and find out what promted her war on the poor. It would be nice to have an explanation.
She seems to be backing business owners instead of her constituants at every turn.

Anonymous said...

administrative costs,what a joke,it is all a computer program,these people can do their job in two hours in the morning,the rest of the time they are surfing the net,whether they are nfps,private or government business people.

Anonymous said...

Thighs, golfers, junk news, eat a balanced meal, per se, or whoever you are,
Your folks may want to pad the basement, as we are beginning to really see your frustration last couple days.
Kinda like the tone in Hannitys voice today and now of the Great One Lemming.
Teabaggers screwed a once great party and guys like you wanted them in.
Turn out the lights, your party's over, son.

Anonymous said...

I still can't understand how Samaritan can pay their head bureaucrat a million dollars a year, and then call themselves a non-profit. Strange way of rationalizing.

Anonymous said...

Don't mess with Tirene!

As for other NFP's - yes they do need help. Isn't that why Randy and Northern New York Community Foundation is spending $5 million to renovate a building so they can all have new offices?

Anonymous said...

You might be right, 8:25, the party might be over. But so is the country. I doubt that bothers you though. For you, it's all about party. Either you have a government job, or you are really, really stupid.

Anonymous said...

8:33, Haha, I own a successful small business in this county, am bipartisan, and can see the Republican Party going down in flames due to their own real, real stupidity. Like I said, it once was a great party.
Look at what people like you have done to it.(now that's stupid)

Anonymous said...

If the republican party keeps "going down in flames' the way they have been, it means they will win a super-majority in the Senate and win even a greater majority of Representative seats and governor seats than they have already been doing. If this is failure...the democrat party is failure cubed.