• AgreeableLandscape@lemmy.ml
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    1 year ago

    Yeah this is the norm for large corporations. Most are brazen enough to outright destroy or falsify their records (why wouldn’t they? it’s not like they’ll ever get punished for it) so this is fair game in their mind.

    • ☆ Yσɠƚԋσʂ ☆@lemmy.mlOP
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      1 year ago

      it’s the result of the selection pressures inherent in the capitalist system because profitability is the sole fitness function that the company is evaluated on. Capitalism rewards psychopathic behaviour since people have to be willing to exploit others to become successful. Anybody who would try to run an ethical company would quickly find it impossible to compete with business owners who are willing to brutally exploit their workers.

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    1 year ago

    I’m not going to defend Tesla as a company (I admire it as a good EV manufacturer, no matter FSD) but that’s a hidden rule in most companies in all management and employees levels