The easiest and short answer will be – nothing positive happened.
In top-level positions, there are individuals who lack foresight, and certain CEOs are unable to comprehend the forthcoming collapse of the greed-based model. Such a myopic approach was adopted in the past, but no one could have foreseen its consequences. However, the repercussions have already commenced. Short-sighted and low-cost individuals are ubiquitous. This type of “natural selection” is occurring, where individuals tend to choose those who are less intelligent than themselves, resulting in a chain reaction of degradation.
The company’s management must be almost entirely replaced, as it cannot be halted. The work environment is unfavorable and employee salaries are insufficient, leading to a decline in the quality of personnel. The phenomenon of “natural selection” results in intelligent individuals departing early, while their less intelligent counterparts remain due to limited options. This leads to a gradual concentration of lower intelligence and an eventual critical mass, making collapse unavoidable. This fate is inevitable for any avaricious corporation, sooner or later.
The recent incident involved a “hard landing” of the “Boeing 737 Max.” It’s no surprise given the use of low-cost Indian programmers paid only USD 8 per hour to write critical code. Additionally, other planes are plagued with constructional defects and require immediate landing to prevent further tragedies. Sadly, the company prioritizes profit over safety, resulting in senseless deaths. It’s not due to a natural disaster or unskilled pilots, but rather pure greed. Another 50 planes require landing due to defects. As of now, they have pushed all aircraft of this type to third world countries. At least they don’t seek their rights and remain silent. Convenient, right?
However, some companies do not directly cause the death of their customers. These companies often go unnoticed as their actions do not evoke emotional responses at airports. Rather, they silently contribute to the development of diseases through causing stress or creating an unhealthy work environment. The negative effects of stress accumulate and grow over time, ultimately resulting in permanent illness. Unfortunately, there are no official statistics on the number of individuals who work in stressful environments, nor how many have passed away or developed mental disorders as a result. While there are numerous companies practicing modern slavery, the signs of such practices are present in all of them. Despite this, few individuals or institutions take action, as their profits have already been secured and they turn a blind eye to the issue.
How do companies profit from the unpaid labor of volunteers? This is a prevalent practice in some companies, including Google, which has acquired products such as Waze, Wiki, and YouTube. These products were initially created and maintained by volunteers, and Google monetized their work without compensation. Unfortunately, this unethical approach has become a widely accepted “best practice” in other companies. How do these companies entice people to work for free, and what is the key to their success?
The contributors are usually rewarded with points , stars, or ranks, but they are useless if you need to pay your rent, or mortgage. In any shop the points will be not accepted. They required only money. This usually only works on brainwashed peoples, but they are too much , and company do not facing lack of employees.
Amazon, one of the largest and most lucrative corporations, is currently seeking fresh recruits from Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine. Why focus on these nations? Due to the relatively low socioeconomic status of their populations and their limited awareness of labor laws, it is easy to exploit them by offering subpar working conditions and wages. This is not due to Amazon’s financial limitations, but rather its insatiable greed.
Many individuals worldwide are currently enduring hardship in various company warehouses. Their wages are minimal, only adequate to subsist and return to work the following day. Readers familiar with literature recognize this as a form of slavery. However, is it justified for these individuals to experience such circumstances? It is unethical to profit while maintaining a population impoverished. If extraterrestrial beings were to visit Earth, they would undoubtedly discern how far we have yet to progress. Within the past century, the Earth’s “progressive” elites have reintroduced slavery.
Source : Amazon`s slaves . Oh, I almost forgot that Jeff Bezos have to pay his divorce. Pardon, we have to pay for it 🙂 Cheers.
Hewlett Packard, whether referred to as HP, HPE, or DXC, is akin to a chameleon in varying hues. Certain companies are resorting to name changes to distance themselves from negative histories accrued over the years. Despite its previous reputation as a respectable company, DXC has the potential to tarnish any remaining positive perception of HP.
Dealing with off-shore companies is no longer respectable as many of them are merely parasites. Focusing on cheaper support, as this company did, results in lost customers. The recent announcement of HP job cuts is evidence of this. Outsourcing and hiring cheaper labor may have short-term benefits but ultimately leads to accumulating negatives that will boomerang back and harm the company. The management’s neglect of their employees as human beings, prioritizing profit over them, is a common mistake made by corporations.
IBM: Ginni already has to retire because she is old enough. But it seems nobody would climb aboard the ship, which is expected to sink someday, and be responsible for the inherited mess. In this company, the tools still control the people. It wouldn’t be so bad if the tools were extremely old and written without any sense. However, the culture and salaries are dropping rapidly in this company. Usually, the company uses its employees as beta testers for its half-working tools. Thank God the company does not own airplanes. Otherwise, the pilots would be responsible even for the weather outside and have a 900-page checklist. They would not be surprised if they acted as cabin crew in the near future.
Someone has to stop Ginny’s transformations. This is like a bomb that will explode later. Yes, it’s hard to be noticed with greedy eyes.
The “wooden heads” fail to recognize that “sustained economic growth” is unattainable on a planet with finite resources. Their prevailing survival tactic involves cannibalism while neglecting employee welfare, thereby nourishing parasites. Imagine if your entire workforce deserted simultaneously; your enterprise would crumble. Clearly, your employees represent the sole determinant of your affluence, opulence, and earnings. It is imperative that you awaken to this reality and prioritize the well-being of your personnel as the cornerstone of your enterprise.
In the realm of business, companies such as Dimension Data and NTT rely on consuming their competitors to thrive. This trend is evident in IBM’s recent acquisition of RedHat, which some predict will harm RedHat’s reputation. Unfortunately, this insatiable greed goes unchecked, leading to a detrimental cycle of exploitation. Only natural forces can halt this trend, as ordinary people are reduced to servitude and conditions deteriorate with each passing year.
To maintain a healthy Earth, it is imperative to establish regulations to curb greed, which can be likened to mold that must be eradicated to thwart its growth. However, the question remains: who will rectify this issue? The current slave owners, who hold sway over the law-making process, will not turn against themselves, having acquired enough power to quell any bid for freedom and bring down any country that stands against slavery. Consequently, it seems as though we have lost the battle; nonetheless, there are natural processes that even the avaricious cannot control. Ultimately, the world will collapse, for the Earth cannot sustain such boundless greed and will consequently resort to protecting itself by eliminating the parasites.