The business owners would simply fire the workers and replace them if they did not want to work in these conditions. Firing them would leave them jobless and with no money. Packingtown was making profits while its workers suffered in harsh
Zero who is the main character of the play who is from a middle-class family, not happy with his married life and not satisfied with his job as it 's been 25 years at his work he didn 't get the promotion. For him not being happy with his job making him baffled at his marriage life as his better half needs him to have a fruitful and stable career (Rice, 1945, pp.462-473). The plot takes a turn when his boss fires him which he couldn 't take and kills his boss. Despite the fact that he was not happy in his life but rather his job was the main thing that he cared about the most. At the point when his boss replaced him with a young person to work adding the machine, he was not able to control his tension.
According to Marx, under capitalism the workers were isolated for four different reasons:- • The workers are labourers who do not own the means of production or the products they create which is why they are isolated from the product. • Under capitalism, the creativity of the workers is completely destroyed. They act as mere a machine which is why they are isolated from the production process. • In a capitalist society, the workers lose their ability to create and appreciate items of nature. All their senses are dulled or remain undeveloped because of the intense working conditions.
The film Metropolis ends with the Foreman and Joh Fredersen shaking hands and making peace, after a clash between capitalists and workers. However, that ending doesn't lead us to a clear conclusion and leaves many questions unanswered. This paper seeks to analyze if this peace is a rational one and if the end of the movie is a moment of totalitarianism. Metropolis is an indicative film of class and social issues. It is based on Marx’s class analysis, with the bourgeoisies at the top of the economic hierarchy, managers in the middle and workers at the bottom of the financial scale.
Proletariat ; The grassroots are owners of labor authority and meager owners of labor supremacy, with no wherewithal other than the capability to work with their hands and minds. In view of the fact that these human resources have no belongings, in order to live to tell the tale and attain an income for themselves and their families, they must find service and work for a manager. This means operational for a capitalist-employer in a manipulative social liaison, that is, the worker moving parts extra time for an entrepreneurial. Landlords: In adding together to the bourgeoisie and the proletariat, Marx discussed an integer of other curriculum. First, Marx mentions or landlords as a class in Britain.
But under his supervision the lights of the airport could not switch off which resulted in huge electricity bills. Mehdorn also started facing difficulties while trying to make the airport operational. He finally quit the post and then no one wanted the job. After he quit the job he was not even found for his last statement about the
He used his money to help the same people who he had subjected to terrible working conditions and had paid next to nothing. Carnegie was a “robber baron” who constantly tried to create an image of himself as a “captain of industry”, but he would have been more successful if he helped the employees in his factories rather than trying to help them outside of
For example, the Joad family from the classic book The Grapes of Wrath has already identified themselves as the working class. The working class emerged when the bourgeoisie needed people to work for them and since they were born into that class, there were not many options on how to live their life. John Steinbeck, the author of the book The Grapes of Wrath, was able to portray an accurate description of what proletariat’s life was like in the 1930s and how identity comes into the equation. The Joad family
They do exhausting work to earn their living, and expect their children to do the same; indeed, the mother bluntly states that one reason for having children is so that they can work, and bring more money to the family. The abstract of the movie tries to elucidate that the poor were ennobled by their suffering; life living standard is so pathetic that the whole family work hard at mines to fulfill their daily needs still not sufficient because they were under paid. No labor law was there to protect the interest of the workers, no safety equipment was provided. On same ground rich were getting richer only at one incident of depression happened in late 19th century when industries and labor class were getting affected but the owners managed their profit by deducting the wages. A huge dissatisfaction and anger was there in society as the thumb rule says 80% are poor people ruled by 20% rich, but here more than 80% people were labour class/ workers, getting under paid.
Take an example, an employee who works in an organization with an arrogant boss and a very dirty office. To add on that he/she is paid very poor salary. The employee will definitely not perform to his/her best since there is no motivation to work in the organization at all. This simple illustration shows that motivation is a very important factor for any organization to perform at its