Equal opportunity unemployment

Equal opportunity unemployment

TREATS EMPLOYEES LIKE SLAVES How many people does it take to change a light bulb in bad economy? Only one, but 200 applied for the job. While one is changing the light bulb, others are making sure that everyone has an equal opportunity to apply for the job, as well as an equal opportunity to be denied. Mr. Adison, the light bulb owner and the hiring manager, has a tough job of choosing the best candidate for the job. The job is easy and very temporary. But Mr. Adison wants it to be done with a state-of-the-art quality. And he wants it to be done fast,...