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Is HCA the real world version of "The Firm?"

Discussion in 'Hospital Corp of America' started by Anonymous, Feb 8, 2014 at 9:33 AM.

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    Shocking similarities
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Abso-freaking-lutely!

    Bend the rules as far as you can without breaking them. It's all about the $$$. "The care and improvement of human life" mission is A JOKE! Screw over your counterparts to get ahead. Everyone is watching and being watched. All decisions made with blessings of lawyers!

    Senior Administration's offices are protected like Fort Knox because they are afraid one of their own will pick them off and they should be the way they treat everyone. They walk around like aimless zombies, but that's what happens to you when your soul is no longer present.

    Your life is no longer your own (at work or home). Once you've joined the ranks of "The Firm" good luck escaping with your life...very few do.