Companies Control Everything But Feel Nothing

Companies Control Everything But Feel Nothing

  • Organizations operate with a high degree of structure, efficiency, and predictability – like machines.
  • They are impersonal.
  • They do not possess emotions, consciousness, or moral agency.
  • They are driven primarily by profit motives, strategy, and objectives, rather than ethical or emotional considerations.
  • They are not human.
  • This raises questions about how employees fit into this corporate machinery, how their well-being is considered and the numerous drawbacks to working in organizations that prioritize objectivity and efficiency over emotional or ethical considerations.

💡 Organization culture is not what a company does but what it doesn’t do!

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