What if your packages took longer to arrive? No more next day or two day.
What if there were no more over night "red eye" flights?
What if you called the emergency number in the middle of the night, but no one was there? No police, no firefighters, no ambulance.
What if from 11pm to 7am, doctor visits costed $25, from 7am to 9am and 5pm to 11pm doctor visits costed $40, but from 9am to 5pm doctor visits started at $350 down with more charges to follow a week later. And specialist were only available from midnight to 2am for the first visit, 3am to 5am for follow-ups.
Would that be good for you?
Because that flipside would work GREAT for my husband and I!
This is what we deal with. That's just one punishment for those third shift workers. The ones who get your packages there, keep flights going at night, and answer the emergencies that happen while most people are sleeping.
I had to make my husband an appointment with a specialist. 4 hours after bedtime. 4 hours before wake up time. The literal middle of the night. That's the only time the office sees new patients, and that's the only office in our insurance's network of this specialist. (Monopoly?)
It's just something to think about.
Equality does not apply to third shift workers. An extra 50 cents an hour? $4 or $5 a day before tax. But the odds of needing a doctor during the $350 rate time instead of the $25 rate time...
Things need to change. This is among them. But the people who would fight for it are asleep during the hours that the people who control the change are working.