The followers of this ethic typically argue that capitalist and communist societies tend to encourage a "labor" mentality towards life either directly or indirectly through the cost of living, labor markets, the work week, applying normative values to economics, and social conventions. The critics then ask why with increasing mechanization the number of hours in the average work week have not fallen significantly; for example, Bob Black asks, "Why hasn't the average work week gone down by more than a few minutes in the past fifty years?" The devotees of the anti-work movement therefore attempt to find answers and practical solutions towards reducing the volume of work for a typical person and encouraging the activities they see as conducive to happiness.
It's time white and black work together Whose problem is land restitution anyway? There are lessons to be taken from Zim Is capitalism really shaped by colour? Eskom debacle doesn't worry foreign investors Employers don't have the guts to invoke dismissals.(Business Report)
Nov 16, 2009; IT IS incredibly strange and almost sad that our largest institutional employers cannot get it together to invoke the Labour...