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1) Bettman and Fehr are doing exactly what their supposed to be doing. Representing the players/owners is their JOB...so let's quit blaming these individuals and look at who is really the problem.
2) The owners ARE clowns. And OV should know: he sees one in the mirror every day.
You can't simplify this by saying they are in entertainment and thus make a lot of money. Stars make an obscene amount of money. Character actors do not. Why are the character actors of the NHL making so much money? Because the players and owners (despite themselves) found a way to circumvent the cap. Now the players don't want to give up that loophole......well **** them.
I side with the players on this one, because of the contracts. One of you tell me, if you signed a contract for one price, and then while under contract your boss tells you we are going to pay you less then you signed for! Thats BS!!! On that note please come to an agreement so we can drop the puck and defend the stanley cup!!!
A lockout should have never been part of their bargaining strategy. They shoulder a fair amount of blame in my book.
It's how it is. The owners make rules, and if the players (well, probably only 5% or less) don't like them, it's their loss. Period. Cry out all you want how the owners don't want to give anything, but the fact is they ARE making it possible for ALL players and many are actually losing money. If you think this is nothing, then you are out of your mind.
SO easy to be smart when it's not your responsibility that 100 people are getting their pay AND having to pay from your own pocket if fans don't like what they see. And the "owners are doing it voluntarily" just isn't appropriate here. It's actually very unfair. I'd hate if people were saying that if I were the owner of a sports team. You would too.
So, again, DON'T say like the owners don't make sacrifices. Losing millions is a hell of a sacrifice. Players don't EVER lose money. Ever.
Are you employed? Did you sign a contract? Are you protected by some sort of law that your employer can't cut your pay? Serious question. So please answer it honestly.Originally Posted by bhigs45
Thankfully it only took about 3 months to get the place running correctly, the 3% put back for the hourly people and the 10% for the salary people.....And one year later the place had it's best year ever...Of course 6 months after that I was fired ...The place is in trouble again.... Which really sucks for the hourly employees, but oh well.
Anyways, what I am trying to say is yes, there can be give backs in a signed contract as long as both sides agree to it.