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'Of course we value your opinion Ed. You're always wrong and we need that in knowing what to avoid.'
Global Inc.'s 'valued employees.'
'We'd like to show you our appreciation of your many years of dedicated service to this company...But first we need to know what your name is and what it is you do around here!'
'Every man has his price, Peterson. I've decided yours is £2.75.'
'I cost them almost nothing. I don't have health care. I can be deleted at a moment's notice. I'm not a valued employee anymore. I'm an app.'
'Money is a bit tight at the moment, so instead of cash we wondered whether you'd settle for 20% more meaningless protestations of how much we value you?'
'You've been a valued employee, Smythe, but your position has been terminated. Your remains will be put in a vase and sent to your current address.'
'I'd love to pay you what you're worth Simpson, but I'm tied by the minimum wage now.'
"The man who took over your duties just quit. They want you to come in right now and make coffee."
Employee of the Moment: 'Third time today.'
'I always feel I could have taken credit for more.'
'Our most valued employees.'
'You've been a valued employee, Smythe, but your position has been terminated. Your remains will be placed in a vase and sent to your current address.'
John's renewed focus on valuing people had been misinterpreted.
'I told you Kimble, you weren't irreplaceable.'
"Davis here, is worth his weight in fool's gold."
"Of course we value your creativity and insight. We just don't value them very much."
"I like you. You're sharp."
"Since the reorganisation we can't actually afford to pay you. . . but would you be happy with 30% more meaningless platitudes about how much we value you?"