5 Giant Companies Who Brainwash Their Employees

Large corporations are responsible for making sure that their hundreds, often thousands of employees are happy, healthy, but most importantly: faithful to the company. How do large businesses somehow convince throes of people to clamor for a job that pays poorly, is often overcrowded with demanding customers, and has little room for advancement or promotion? Well, you’re part of the team now. It’s not about business; it’s about providing outstanding service for a greater good. Don’t you want our company to succeed? Isn’t what we do important to all of us? Here are five companies who are accused of brainwashing their employees.
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