For some they were ‘employees’, they call them the ‘workforce’. Now they are men and women, including many grey-haired youngsters, all there, always there, punctual every morning in order to meet their delivery deadlines.
Always willing to accept whatever the company is available to provide, praises or duties, grateful, because working makes them feel useful, part of a project which exists even thanks to them.
You can see them together on a Sunday too, playing football, because they are a team all the time, even when they’re not at work.
They all know they have been trained to do their jobs, to do them well, and to harness their individual strengths, selecting the right department for them.
If you are a woman, you will pay attention to the details, with a watchful eye to spot burrs, and delicate hands to remove them. If you are a man, you will have the strength, the stamina, and more technical skills.
There are those responsible for teaching, and those who need to learn, always with an eye to the future, to plans, to the ideas that each person is free to propose and share.