10 fingers, 10 toes, that’s all that used to matter.
One day, Nolan was touring the ground to check on his operators. When one of them showed him that the inventory was low, Nolan proclaimed that ensuring the supplies was sufficient was not part of his main portfolio, even though he was the only one in the company doing it.
In the not-so-distant future, when genetic engineering made it possible for parents to engineer their ideal children, Vincent Freeman, the new underclass discriminated down to science, took over the identity of Jerome Eugene Morrow.
Companies exist not to fulfill employee’s dreams, but to offer customers some value. As long as we’re playing the role of an employee, the only certain thing we can derive from the work is the remuneration that is stated in the contract or law. Job satisfaction is not part of the package.
Imagine having to withstand terrible singing on your way home after a tiring day at work. Worse still, this is considered acceptable in Singapore!