Employees are the backbone of every company.
Such an approach is what people want these days when they look for work, and it’s becoming more and more common. Since we are all human, we should be treated with respect while on the job. However, many business owners still hold on to outdated beliefs and assume they can treat their employees badly and still see continued success. Despite the deteriorating economy, many people have chosen to leave their jobs and pursue other interests in order to avoid interaction with individuals like these.
Many of us have heard countless tales in which the boss always gets what they want while the worker is left holding the bag. It’s always inspiring to hear that the underdog triumphed. Today’s tale focuses on exactly that. As it turns out, one business owner wanted to sell his company but considered the people working there to be a liability. This was obviously met with disapproval by the workforce as a whole, and the rest is history.
What followed can be read about in the next section.
I can never understand why so many owners do this. Can’t they understand the importance of an employee?
If they had only been more intelligent, none of this would have happened in the first place.
That’s the kind of payback I can get behind. The staff was not responsible for the new owners’ failures, and they were able to do so almost entirely on their own. There’s no question they’ll be able to find replacement workers, but the question is whether or not they’ll be as qualified. Neither is likely to happen anytime soon. Prior to making such a major choice, they should have given it more consideration. What they deserved, they received.
People in the comments had a lot to share when it comes to similar experiences as well.
This comment sums up everything wrong with working culture.
The employees should band together and mess with the company even more.
Were the employees really liabilities?
Starting their own company in direct competition to this one would be a great idea.
Now I really want some donuts and coffee for myself.
They really don’t have any foresight.
I am not even going to get into this era competition.
What’s it like when you’re in a similar situation? In that case, how did you deal with it? Have you submitted your resume again? Or have you simply decided to stop working there? Leave a comment below to let us know, and please forward this article to your friends so that they can share their thoughts and opinions as well.
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