No, that is not how business is done. Sorry but you are completely wrong. Yes, there are other big companies that do treat people like that and are successful for quite a while. AIG, Bank of America, Wachovia and many others. You just have to understand something. When you treat Employee's like me and other people I worked with, like they are dirt and and are arrogant to boot, it always comes back to bite them where the sun don't shine. AIG became the largest insurance company in the world and they went belly up. They tried to get too big and they were arrogant as they were growing. You know what happened to AIG!!! BAILOUT!
Getoverselect, I understand more then you know about Capitalism, and basic business. What you don't understand is that recessions always comes back. When you treat your employees and people in small towns that know quite a few people, in a very condescending way, word gets around.
The economy is bad and no, it isn't immoral to lay people off. The problem with your company is that your folks in upper management treat people like they are nothing or beneath them. What I can say about that is those people that are beneath you are what makes your business. If you didn't have them, your company wouldn't be worth 10 cents. You aught to treat people with some respect.
I am not mad anymore for several reasons, but the main reason is I don't have to deal with Select Staffing and their Management anymore.