They want machines to replace you as soon as possible.
“Few American executives will admit wanting to get rid of human workers, a taboo in today’s age of inequality. So they’ve come up with a long list of buzzwords and euphemisms to disguise their intent:
Workers aren’t being replaced by machines, they’re being “released” from onerous, repetitive tasks.
Companies aren’t laying off workers, they’re “undergoing digital transformation.”
A 2017 survey by Deloitte found that 53 percent of companies had already started to use machines to perform tasks previously done by humans. The figure is expected to climb to 72 percent by next year”.
Information and parody. Well done!
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You lose your authenticity when you reach for clichéd phrases, and your choice of jargon reveals your weakness. (Brazen Careerist)
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