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Workers in 9-9-6-working bosses' opinions (lǎo bǎn yǎn zhōng de dǎ gōng rén) (Turkish translation)

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Workers in 9-9-6-working bosses' opinions

9-9-6-working bosses quote these two proverbs to describe the status of their workers in their opinions:
The first one is: Workers have no motherland.
And the other: Ohne Mutterland bist du nichts.
 
Submitted by Isaiah ChenIsaiah Chen on Thu, 21/01/2021 - 12:25
Submitter's comments:

9-9-6 is a character of working that demands workers to work from 9am to 9pm, 6 days a week as routine, no overtime salary. Illegal but welcomed by many employers, for they think it can help them create more economic profits.
Some employers even implemented the 7-15 working: 15 hours to work a day, 7 workdays one week. Sure, you read that right, 7 days to work in a week, as if days in a week were more than seven.

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9-9-6 Çalışanın Gözündeki Patron

9-9-6- Çalışan patronlar, işçilerinin durumunu kendi görüşlerinde açıklamak için bu iki atasözünden alıntı yaparlar:
Birincisi: İşçilerin anavatanı yoktur
Ve diğeri : Anavatanın yoksa sen bir hiçsin
 
 
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Submitted by Jennifer_loJennifer_lo on Thu, 21/01/2021 - 12:39
Author's comments:

"9-9-6, işçilerin haftanın 6 günü sabah 9'dan akşam 9'a kadar çalışmalarını talep eden bir çalışma karakteridir. Yasadışı ancak birçok işveren tarafından memnuniyetle karşılanıyor çünkü daha fazla ekonomik kar elde etmelerine yardımcı olabileceğini düşünüyorlar."

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Isaiah ChenIsaiah Chen    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 12:53

996 is a character of working that demands workers to work from 9am to 9pm, 6 days a week. Illegal but welcomed by many employers, for they think it can help them create more economic profits.

Jennifer_loJennifer_lo    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 12:53

Yeah it's sad Confused smile Can be stopped in case of complaint ?

Isaiah ChenIsaiah Chen    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 13:00

I wish, but it seems not so effective now. Need to focus on this continuously.
Some employers even implemented the 715-working: 15 hours to work a day, 7 workdays one week. Sure, you read that right, 7 days a week, as if days in a week were more than seven.

Jennifer_loJennifer_lo    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 13:05

This is really bad ! It is very difficult to work in these conditions

Jennifer_loJennifer_lo    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 12:54

Can I save the Turkish version of this comment in the description section with your permission?

PaotrLaouenPaotrLaouen    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 13:15

An interesting text indeed. But how should I pronounce "996" ? An no video to check...

Isaiah ChenIsaiah Chen    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 13:25

Jiu-jiu-liu, nine-nine-six, neun-neun-sechs, neuf-neuf-six, nueve-nueve-seis... Take one of them or not of them Wink smile

PaotrLaouenPaotrLaouen    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 13:49

I asked because in French (and probably in other languages), it is very unnatural to spell a number digit by digit. If you hear "Neuf-neuf-six", you have to rush to your calculator to see what it means.. There are languages where it would result in something like "four to thousand".
Perhaps it would be better writing "9-9-6"?

Jennifer_loJennifer_lo    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 13:59

C'est courant dans les chansons mais "- "il est logique de mettre

PaotrLaouenPaotrLaouen    Thu, 21/01/2021 - 14:25

Thanks. I think that this expression is not in use here. We would rather say "six fois douze" (six times twelve).

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