Wisdom: Poem for the Shattered Workplace

There are no easy answers to the chronic dilemmas of competitive corporate life. Price seems to trump our compassion and humanity at every turn.

This has been a cruel and heartless winter for thousands of Canadian workers—victims of our rising dollar who face the constant pressure to remain competitive. Each week, we read of plant closings, layoffs, and jobs shifted to the United States and across the globe. The press releases are distressingly similar, carefully crafted by well-paid communication consultants: “This was a difficult and painful choice, but in the end, it came down to a business decision.”

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Dr. Sandy Cotton
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