Toxic

How Employees Can Remedy a Toxic Workplace

Welcome to the toxic workplace! You may have already been here before, actually. Maybe you worked for a business you knew was bad out of necessity. You might have taken the job for a paycheck, desperate to find work, only to discover a unpleasant company culture and dysfunctional boss lurking beneath the surface. The inverse …

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The Revealing, Slightly Toxic Phrases That Facebook and Other Tech Companies Use to Entice Recruits

Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.  Tech companies are no longer the next big thing. They’re now focused on being the only big thing. Which means they need more bodies to augment their bigness. So they turn to enticing job candidates with mellifluous …

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How Can You Tell You Work for a Toxic Company, Exactly? Look for Any of These 8 Signs

Any good executive or owner of a company knows that culture is king. It should be in their best interest to build an organization where shared values and virtues are held firmly, and where jerks, bullies, and troublemakers don’t thrive. Reason being, if your good workers and high performers are witnessing these toxic behaviors in action, as …

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Marketing Lessons From the Toxic Avenger: Jeffrey Sass

Sign up to gain access to thousands of marketing resources! Don’t worry … It’s FREE! If you’re not into B-movies (sometimes referred to as “schlock”), you might fail to appreciate the campy fun of watching a movie like ‘The Toxic Avenger,” produced by the legendary independent film studio Troma. But whether you enjoy low-budget films …

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A final call? Unilever threatens to pull ads from platforms swamped with ‘toxic’ content

Consumer packaged goods maker Unilever, an advertising force with a $9.8 billion annual marketing budget, is ringing the alarm bells that all is still not well in the environments fostered by the likes of Google and Facebook. Unilever Chief Marketing and Communications Officer Keith Weed spoke about the need for platforms to regain consumer trust …

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