Companies and agencies will take advantage of people any way they can. A recent poll showed Dish to be the worst possible company to work for: Low wages, long hours, not much in paid holidays (can't get the day after Thanksgiving off).
The owner is a billionaire. People who work for the company are there to make him rich. People who leave the company look better after they are gone awhile and probably will live longer better lives.
Morale is low. People never know when the next 'culling' will take place. Customers complain of rude service.
This seems to be the modern corporate model.
It's great to do something you love and provide service to people and feel good about it.
It's quite another thing to be used up for the narcissism and profit of sociopaths and psychopaths -- and there are more and more of those in management every day that goes by.
In management, integrity should intersect with competence.
The trend is the opposite direction.
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