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2-29-2012 @ 1:29PM
@slim1256 - That seems to be the typical way of looking things in the corporate world, but I think just the opposite is true. Companies frequently decide they can do what they need to do with fewer people so they can squeeze out more profits, but that's often a mistake. The truth is, most corporations are trying to do too much with too few resources. Quality inevitably suffers. Well, that and the mental health of the employees who remain and are continuously pressured to work harder, faster and longer. I'm not saying that's what's happening with Blizzard — I have no idea what their particular situation is — but this trend of corporate downsizing has not generally been a good thing for most of the people affected, including consumers.
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