Especially the ones on the radio always feature clucking idiots who, before BambooHR came around, were still keeping receipts in shoe boxes and (presumably) using an abacus to calculate payroll taxes. Because technology didn't exist until this particular program, apparently.
Oddly enough, the industrial age managed to give way to the internet age without missing a beat despite the lack of BambooHR, regardless of what this company wants us to think. We had these things like electronic calculators, computers, word processing and payroll software way before BambooHR came along to save us from the avalanche of paper they would like us to imagine existed before this Amazing Thing Called Paperless Accounting was invented by BambooHR. Funny how we missed this Renaissance in office management that just happened a few years ago and not back in the 1980s like we thought. Memory is a weird thing, isn't it?
And I'm not even going to get into the rather blatant anti-labor messaging imbedded in ads for companies like Bamboo HR, Bambi, Indeed....they all involve the Immense Sad of being an Executive who must deal with whiny, unappreciative minions---err--employees- who demand things like decent working conditions, living wages and time off, like they don't understand the glories of Capitalism or share in the dreams of their benevolent bosses who "gave" them their jobs in the first place (because remember kids, Jobs are gifts handed out like candy to people who are supposed to be grateful for the opportunity to continue to purchase food and shelter.) I'll save that for next time.
The typical businessman imbecile doesn't want to admit that he's not really the great person he thinks he is. I've met a lot of them over the years and it's damned obvious that Elly Patterson is an accurate portrayal of a typical MBA nitwit. It's not brains or skill that puts them where they are, it's a system that rewards failing up.ReplyDelete