Still missing the point
Society makes progress, sometimes things that are thought of as moral and good, may not be seen that way one day, I personally hope that corporations can take a leaf out of some Japanese companies book and treat their employees employment as the highest priority, and that management when performing poorly should take responsibility instead of paying themselves huge bonus's at the expense of people that have little in the way of resources to survive
Except the "job for life" mentality in Japan makes it very hard for people to get a new job if they do lose theirs somehow and drives many to suicide. Personally I think it's much better to lose your job knowing that it shouldn't be too long before you get a new one, than to forever know that while it's unlikely you'll lose your job, it is still a possibility and if it does happen you'll probably end up killing yourself because you have so little chance of getting a new one.
Plus all of the social pressure to do a ridiculous amount of unpaid overtime, don't forget that either.
Edit: Oh and the idea of not wanting to fire people means that often when people aren't needed/wanted anymore they're transferred somewhere far away. So if you don't mind being forced to move across the country and say goodbye to your family...Last edited by Ka-pi96 - on 21 March 2021