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Why Wells Fargo wins even when it loses

One could say that every big corporation in the United States wins even when it loses. Wells Fargo’s employees were stuck in the corporate game of achieving goals through numbers, which will always lead to putting the loyalty and integrity of the customer on the back burner.  And what Wells Fargo gets for it is a fine that is only a slap on the hand, and an equity price that is higher now than it has been in six months.  Instead of teamwork, corporations have turned into a pseudo-reality game of survivor in which if goals are not met, you will be forced out.  Not only that, but other employees are always willing and wanting to force others out as well.  It happens at any level from supervisors to mere hourly employees.  “Competition is the rule.  I deserve it all.  And I am going to get it all” has become the modern slogan in every corporation in the United States.  The United States economy will come back when corporations replace Corporate Darwinism with teamwork.

Why Wells Fargo wins even when it loses

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