So the company has been run by new set of Board of Directors since 2015. The most prominent director (mind you, it's not the CEO) is the finance director, and throughout his reign, he maintained the one and only startegy he thought best to pick up the company from its loss-state the previous year, which was: Cost Efficency.
The finance director is ruthless, anything he deemed unnecessary will be cut, be it deals, contracts, employees, but he is also known to be super soft towards his subordinates from his own directorate, the finance directorate. So while the entire company fear him, the people working directly under him have the time of their life.
Anyways, I've been working in the PR division, CSR department for 3 years (a world record), but quite recently my department was moved from PR division to Investor Relations division, under the finance directorate. It was awkward. Since when does Corporate Social Responsibility has to report to Investor Relations? Where is the link? My stakeholders are the community and environment, not investors.
Sorry, got sidetracked 😅. So the thing is, in this new division and directorate, me and my team are exposed to ass-kissersall the time. The people in here, they all worship the finance director and the (int'l relations) division head as if the sun shines from their buttholes... And I watched how their personalities took 180° change since the new director and his division head was appointed.
It was... Cringing, nerve-wracking and disgusting. So yeah, workplace is FAR from fun these days. I hate people with this mindset. Ugh, like, please use your brain and skills to the top, not your tongue skills. 🔪🔫