Previously, in Protecting the Secret… Our protagonists, the employer and the employee, negotiated an employment contract under false pretexts. While the employer gushed about benefits, bonuses and increases, in reality the benefit was getting to the office early enough to nab the shaded parking, the bonus comprised the rare lunch hour, and the only thing increasing was the employee’s stress level. Meanwhile, the employee’s sales pitch at the job interview, punting an eagerness to learn and a burning desire to become one with the team, masked an ulterior motive: minimum input at maximum salary. Read More.....

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