Jobs that force workers to wear corporate t-shirts are inhumane.
For those of you who don't understand what I'm getting at, let me reiterate, you're going to work in a ****ing t-shirt that has some mega-companies name branded over one of your nipples. How is this not intrinsically wrong/degrading. I'm not here to argue about entitlement. But I'm just saying that everyone should be allowed the choice to go to work in a dress shirt/slacks with a tie no matter what job they work and the company can give you some name tag with their logo on it. But draping you in a mono-color mega-company t-shirt has to be psychologically degrading.
This is coming from someone who has yet to be forced to wear any of that ****. The entire thing just blows my mind. It really does.
Oh yeah! I work at Wall Street! I'm making $120k and building up my 401k. What are you doing?