« Last post by LowRyter on Today at 12:32:43 PM »
Sorry you have been treated bad?? by Corporations, but that's pretty broad stroke indeed.
I have not had the same experience, quite the contrary.
Its people I have had to take care with, many ambitious?! folks in the business world. (or just plain mean)
You have to learn/know how to look out for yourself...can be done.
I was raised in a place where you worked until you couldn't then contributed in any way you could after that,
cradle to grave.
I am not sure that what you say is the rule or the exception. You might consider all the big corporate players and see what has happened to them over the past 30 years:
The auto business? contracted.
Remember when IBM, Xerox and Kodak were tops?
Think about Sears? GE? McDonald Douglas? Pan AM?
But we have Apple, MS, FB, and Amazon but where were they 30 years ago?
Think about Wall Street having forced all corporations to consider "share holder value" and "deregulation" as first priority.
Mike, I am not saying you're wrong at all. But I do know Dr John said about being "in the right place but at the wrong time."