Thread regarding Amazon.com layoffs

Favoritism is rampant

It's not like this is the only company I've worked for that has a problem with favoritism. However, it has become widespread here and managers no longer even hide the fact that they give unfair support to certain employees while they treat others like dogs.
Somehow, I could tolerate favoritism, if the best employees were favored. However, on the contrary, the biggest slackers are favored. Why is that so?

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Not surprised. This is the case at most companies. The loudest empty head gets the promotion.

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That's the way life works. The personable, unproductive people get ahead. Extend what you've learned to question whether people in power, such as scientists and leaders, are there because of their achievements.

Amazon projects itself as a frugal and data/result oriented company, but I found that only one of those things were true.

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