Three Reforms for the Outsourcing Industry | Beastrabban\’s Weblog

This cartoon by David Simonds, from The Guardian, illustrates the problem - fat-cat businesses back Cameron while the working-class poor can only watch while they starve.

Earlier today I put up a piece about how the members of the Nazis’ industrial advisory had to swear an oath of eternal loyalty to Adolf Hitler, and to use their industries and its profits to building up the Volksgemeinschaft, and so serving the whole community, rather than their own private interests.

I do wonder, however, how popular outsourcing would be if the heads of the industries involved had to swear a democratic version of the oath, in which they vowed to serve the democratically elected prime minister and parliament, and to devote their profits and energies to the whole of the British people, conceived on a non-racist basis, rather than on their own corporate profit.

I’ve thought about three reforms which might bring about a much needed change in the predatory and exploitative culture of the outsourcing sector.

Read the Beast’s ideas here: Three Reforms for the Outsourcing Industry | Beastrabban\’s Weblog

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3 thoughts on “Three Reforms for the Outsourcing Industry | Beastrabban\’s Weblog

  1. Terry Davies

    seems to me that corruption in the upper management tiers is a feature of Dictatorships.
    similar happened in the philipines and will be repeated in the next five years.
    have noted there are still blind followers of Marcos style politics and there are remnants of the old regime still in key positions. same has happened in the UK for decades. nepotism, blind followers of politicsl parties, dehumanisation of migrants and workers. where is the difference ?

  2. mohandeer

    Right. The Tories and Right Wing Labour element are definitely going to consider any of these options, you don’t line your pockets by being ethical and fair, such wealth is come by corrupt and unscrupulous means.
    Ah well back to the drawing board or do I mean the Board Room?

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