Home > 3e. The real purpose of businesses & organisations > Businesses and organisations exist to provide goods and services; their primary aim is not the creation of jobs

Businesses and organisations exist to provide goods and services; their primary aim is not the creation of jobs

People are now literally led to believe by the Left that their job and their conditions are more important than the objectives of the business or the organisation that they work for.

Businesses and organisations exist only to provide the services, produce the goods or achieve the very specific aims that they were set up for or developed to do.

Job creation is literally a happy coincidence or consequence of this process.

Creating employment never was nor never could be a meaningful strategic aim for any organisation or business that has a real purpose, unless that purpose is itself simply to keep people employed.

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