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Wonderful post (and graphic). Perfect way to get your point across--agree with the adjective "toxic".

*Sigh.

What else can I say?

*Sigh.

Such is corporate life.

Joe -- yes, the word toxic is quite appropriate and Drew here put his finger on it.

Drew -- "Employees cheat, complain and steal when they feel invisible." That is also what I've observed.

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