I Don’t Want To Be Like A Family With My Co-Workers

I don’t know how or when this started, but a lot of companies think it’s a good idea to try and force their employees to become a “family”.

To fully understand how stupid this idea is you have to understand your work colleagues. They are random people from god knows where god knows what background, that only turn up in this place because they’re paid to.

Companies want their employees to be close so they work better as a team. What they don’t realise is that you can’t force people to care about each other and not…

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