There are a number of themes that I've been thinking about in my narrative life. One of them is working.
I was originally interested, but because I was involved in a job specializing in labor law for a time, I had to seriously consider working at that time.
When I was little, I was afraid that I had to work as an adult someday, and I couldn't help it. When I saw my father who was doing manual labor screaming and moaning every day, he continued to work, and thought that it was not possible but I could not do it, I did not want to do it Is. In addition, she is an innate lazy person. I thought so much more.
Why do people have to work? For salarymen only, the answer to this question is summarized in Haruki Murakami's `` Yes, let's ask Mr. Murakami '', `` Even if I work for a company, I just use it and wear it down '' And I think you are.
Of course, there is a big difference between freelancers and office workers, but in my mind this word has always been in my heart. No matter how challenging the job in a large company, it's just going to wear out. This feeling was further strengthened when I saw my parents exhausting while hurting their bodies every day.
However, there are also immovable facts that there is no way to eat. It is natural, but to live.
But is living and working hard equals? And I think there are many people who work with this question. Of course living around, working happily. Some people will say that.
However, as it is now, I have hardly seen anyone who enjoys and works around them. After all, only those who are working hard to live. Are there really people who find their job worthwhile and work happily every day? I want to see it in real life, not Twitter or drama or blog.
Then, what kind of people do you imagine working happily? It's obvious, but it's a rewarding job. Others who have fun working may also be able to put them in.
I've also tried to make my life "living = working happily". The novelist could be called a worker in a broad sense, so I decided to do so, but I didn't want to leave college and find a job. I was so hateful that I started distance learning at that time, a qualification that allowed me to start a business independently.
However, the novel did not become a thing and I got a job as a regular office worker. So, as I thought, instead of enjoying the rigors of reality, I was beaten. That's when I first started thinking about what it was like to work.
And the conclusion is that, in law, salaried workers (including civil servants) are basically modern slaves. It might be a bit extreme, but an employment contract is all about slave contracts.
Moreover, living = working happily is impossible as long as you are a salaried worker.
Then, would most of the workers become slaves? My answer is yes.
Among the slaves, there are senior slaves and lower-ranking slaves, and some senior slaves are working hard, while others are lower-grade slaves who are happy and content with slaves. It is just that.
Employment contracts have the same meaning when you work and when you work.
From the positive aspect of working, it is an employment contract, and from the perspective of working, it is just a slave contract.
Of course, as you know, in the real world, the power relations between labor and management are not equal (although labor law exists to make it happen). Inevitably, the employer is strong and the workers are weak. Probably, it is proof that it is not practically possible (some companies do not even contract) when signing an employment contract.
And labor-management disputes are based on the mismatch between labor and management power and work. For those who work and receive a slave contract, working is painful and inevitable. With patience, explode one day. And they are dismissed unilaterally and go to trial.
The way of working is the same as that person's view of work (the way of life), and each person is different. Attempting to apply it to a similar format is the beginning of the problem. So many workers will be exhausted.
Do what you want to do now. There is a lot of talk about the harsh working style of working freely and fulfilling dreams. At the same time, karoshi and work style reform.
But to be honest, most of the salaried workers are working in the last minute feeling whether they can or will not work for tomorrow's work.
"How much you can endure" varies in tolerance. If you think of it as a tool for gaining something for the future, not a black company, it will be a white company for that person.
The hardest thing about you is that you don't know what you're working for. Is it to eat, or to say the least money, to enhance feelings, or to do the bare minimum of getting something? If it was for money, how much money can be satisfied? Is it worthwhile?
If you think about that before you get a job, if you can, it will be a little easier for you to get along with yourself, even if you have the same worn-out life.
To work is to live. However, losing life by working is a fall. Although overwork death is the responsibility of the employer, it is the worker himself who suffers irreparable losses unless the worker also considers himself.
It's best if play = work = life (there are many business books to make this happen), but it can be difficult, as long as you're almost an office worker.
Of course, play = Nakamura, who thinks that life is the best ideal.