Recent polling indicated 35% of U.S. workers would willingly forgo a substantial pay raise in exchange for seeing their direct supervisor fired.
70% of Americans either hate their jobs or are completely disengaged from them.
Japan has a lifetime employment system where large companies hire regular employees right out of school and keep them until retirement and new employees are chosen for their general potential, not because of any special skills or training.
35% of polled American workers said they would be willing to forego a significant pay raise in exchange for having their boss fired.
North Dakota coffee shop has no employees staffing it, runs entirely on the honor system — and it’s working.
At an Amazon.com warehouse in Pennsylvania, workers were required to work — in some cases walking 15 miles a day — in 100+ degree heat. When the news broke, Amazon’s initial response was to keep an ambulance outside the warehouse.
Life is so much easier and better if you have good looks. There’s a significant correlation between height and salary for guys in the same job with the same qualifications.
A factory in Honduras forces its workers to wear diapers for the sake of efficiency.