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All of it back to -- big story in the meantime of the American.
Work ethic -- Chicago police sergeant claims that he was pressured to answer work related calls and emails.
When he was off the clock and -- didn't get paid for the overtime so.
Now he wants get reimbursed his fellow officers do was well joining us from Chicago is Carol rock WGN radio -- so Carol what do you think about this.
I am completely outraged about that people need to understand that if you have a job sometimes you go above and beyond.
Communication is part of the job these days than yet that -- us home but that is part of the deal if you problem with this.
Sit down with your supervisor.
Say this is getting excessive but you can't do it and then go back retro actively and demand to be paid it just goes to show that we are becoming the entitled states of America and in my opinion that is a very bad -- You know this you're in Chicago this happen in Chicago this -- briefing.
-- Chicago surrounded by farmers I got to think that that's Super Bowl commercial that focused on farmers from that old Paul Harvey.
Speech of years ago that said you know by the time Tuesday rolls around they've already done forty hours they're ready to put in another seventy war.
-- -- that kind of work ethic has got to resonated Chicago against this blackbird -- right.
-- there's a bifurcation in Chicago he most of the farmers are obviously not in the city -- downstate.
They're working very hard and when you go come into the cities see people especially the government workers here there's the big bifurcation.
And look Illinois in a really bad place right now we are the the worst in terms of pension being underfunded.
Our credit is the worst in the country so the fact that this particular situation comes out of Chicago unfortunately.
Is not a surprise to me.
Sheryl I think the country's becoming bifurcated you know I got these two sides one's -- that are happy with the growth in the government.
The other don't wanna get back to the old style -- -- I think lessons and carols and Chicago she may have better than I think you know this is going to be a bigger -- -- -- just one police officer this is originally filed back in 2010.
About 200 officers are expected to sign -- to these -- Clinton -- legal hurdle in this case.
I'm thinking that the union -- Carol this is higher -- -- question preventing -- that the union could be.
Behind this another way to make shore.
That the pay structure is in their -- is for police officers where it needs to be quickly -- go ahead.
-- and and I think that that's absolutely right at the in the unions are losing a little bit of influence here in Illinois but still very very strong.
We have been -- -- of government workers.
And it becomes a huge problem because we just can't afford -- -- that.
Either way productivity is down 2% in the fourth quarter of last year in the United States so we've all got to work our.
Carol thank you very much stay right there we're gonna get right back.