実践ビジネス英語 2019/12/13 L17 (6)Corporate Kindness
Our current vignette starts with the A&A’s staff talking about a corporate blood drive that took place the previous month. Have you ever donated blood, Heather?
Not sense high school, actually. My school in Oregon had a blood drive. And I I remember being very excited about being able to donate for the first time. But when the day actually came, I was only able to give about half the standard amount. I, sort of, felt sick, midway through, and the staff said, “I had to stop.” I don’t know if that would happen again, but I’ve always been too afraid to try since.
Well, at least, you’re able to give some blood, every little by little ??? I’m sure. The vignette turns to the importance of kindness in the workplace. You know, some cynic may say that the title of our current vignette is a contradiction in terms, an oxymoron. 矛盾 Because cooperations, almost by definition, seek to be profitable to stay float, well. Corporate kindness is just about pampering the workers and letting them have their way at the cost of profitability. Companies will be profitable and productive if they treat not only their employees, but also their customers and other stakeholders, with kindness and dignity.rds into deeds ことばを実行に移すNo tags for this post.