Great commentary on corporate employment structure,
This subtle and humorous show underpins not only the nobility of demanding contractual obligations but the underlying humanity (or lack thereof) of an increasingly dehumanizing industrial existence. You have temps who serve as grist to the mill of a company environment who could care less and employees who not only lord over the haken but act like they actually blame them for their position in the company/society. Having been a temp, I find it hilarious to see such a highly-qualified individual (portrayed masterfully Ryoko Shinohara) by underestimated by an entire department of inept employees who don't have a clue about the advantage she represents.
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