40 Eye-Opening Posts About Toxic Work Culture2022-08-15 Stories
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Almost everyone blames the employee when things go wrong. Bosses will spring up into action to give a detailed account of your faults and flaws. But, hey, it’s not your mistake every time. The chunk of the blame is on the employers and companies. And, no, we’re not asking you to take our word for it. These 40 eye-opening posts about toxic work culture will show you how businesses are set up to make you feel unworthy and horrible. Everyone should know these red-flags in work culture!
Injuries Pay More Than Salaries
Sometimes the world would test you, but other times it finds an odd way to help you out when you are stuck and don't have enough money to cover your needs.
Oh man, imagine getting hit by a car in a ruthless accident and getting a down payment as a settlement amount. Ironically, you could have to sell your kidneys to get this much amount in America, as hard work alone won't help. Get hurt and receive a payment, how typical of the U.S.
Where this world is headed toward, the bigger the tragedy the more your settlement amount would be. Paying for your home by getting injured - it's like we're living in a surreal dystopian movie!
Union Indeed is a Strength
Have you ever noticed why organizations disregard labor unions? Because they are well aware of the fact that together they can hold the employers accountable for their actions and decisions.
So, if you are forced to overwork and get underpaid, the union is your way out. Don’t let them get away with your hard-earned money. It would be best if you always had a work union so never get influenced by a misled thought that a union member is a group of less hard-working people - they indeed are the biggest support in your workspace.
Please stay connected with them, and do not let corporate machines eat your peace.
I am a Swedish Mom, Not a Regular Mom
Do as Romans do when you are in Rome has a new meaning now. Didn’t get the point? Well, let us explain - suppose you are planning a baby and living in Sweden, you will be getting a good 480 days of leave and a good percentage of regular wages.
The case in the wealthiest country on Earth is slightly different as nothing of the earlier mentioned incentive is guaranteed.
So, select your Rome as per the life standard you prefer to live in and if you are not born in your preferred type of Rome, then have a child when you have enough savings in case you are planning to give some time to your newborn.