These rules or detriments that people often times have to adhere to are the downfall of a society such as the USA because often times the abusive or laborious tasks that render one when placed upon a certain caste are often without benefit, lets say: health, retirement, vacation, sick days(but then who would want to be sick?) Even so, such abuse is perfectly allowed in the USA all under the guise of small company ownership. Where there is no law that governs what becomes of these workers having been without such benefit for many years. This is the unfortunate gap or fracture in the system of employment that allows a caste system of such to exist legally without scrutiny of ethics from the business world. Is it ethical or mentally healthy to have people to work in a caste system that does not provide benefits that people who work in the capacity of government, city or state receive? There may be no law that stipulates that a company is required to provide vacation days, but many companies do, most of them not in the caste system of employment.
It is with this small business structure that the old way of living still exists. Automation and technology, along with international presence have combined to change business. People enjoyed those ole mom and pop shops, things were easy and without too much flow. Mom and pop shops were ethical in that day and age where the demands and work placed upon those individuals were not too difficult to task. When you have a business with an influx of details, tasks, duties that all have to be implemented most of the time by multitask due to the business flow, then the business model of the 1950's mom and pop shop becomes outdated and most of all unethical because no matter how you caste this type of work arrangement it still is abusive and outdated because of the burden you put on those few workers.
The senior population of this world can be unethical because they remember a time when they wouldn't face scrutiny of sorts if they did, so they continue to do so because that's all they know. That's too bad, because by using the mom and pop business model the seniors create less revenue for business because they do not attend the "no-fear" senior seminars for emerging medical technology. This teaches them about automated messages, appointment reminder messages and how not to be scared if they don't sound like the girl next door, they also teach them how to download the app called mysenior.com. This app is an app that allows people who have a disability or are over the age of 62 to obtain an e-mail address. The benefits of having and using the mysenior.com app for e-mail is that the app will allow you to type and read your email in large print. It has icons and guides you through creating, sending and receiving e-mail messages. The e-mail is a must for those busy medical office appointment reminders, medication refills, appointment cancellations, ect. Why heck, It's even HIPAA compliant. Because seniors, don't participate in seminars for emerging medical technology, they don't keep up with new happenings and they soon drive those mom and pop businesses-out of business. Think of it as accreditation. Many health insurance carriers want to make sure that patients are getting optimal care, so they do this by implementing accreditation. This also occurs in EMR technology, and medical record maintenance and patient care or correspondence. If mom and pop shops don't adhere to the requirements then eventually the insurance companies will not pay or pay as much as this is based on the kind of care you provide according to EMR technology. It's technology and at some point everyone has to get there. If you know of seniors who are not on the way, and of course some have to already be there, then have them attend the emerging medical technology seminar for seniors!
Don't talk with your mouth full, hey that's an old one!