In any given company, there are several types of employees. Most middle to large sized companies have some type of upper management, middle management, and regular workers/peons. There are many differences and few similarities between the divisions of workers. Such things as salary and responsibility are only two things that differ between the three groups.
The highest-ranking group is the division labeled upper management. This group usually consists of overpaid men in their late 50í
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t be able to because they are extremely too busy golfing to do such tasks.
As you can probably tell, a member of the peon class wrote the above paragraphs. As years go by, and promotions are given, Iím sure this view will change dramatically. As for now, it is believed that the peons really have the worst, and the people at the top really donít deserve to be where they are today.