Well, we’ve talked about the moon landing conspiracy and other grand designs that might have come from some sort of gigantic organization running the world. However, even in your workplace, even prior to your employment, conspiracies already exist with the company that you’re working with. Here are a few of them that I’ve found from emails of friends and other concerned people
Some corporations do it like this; first they invite you to get into their company. You get in through a few tests and interviews. The workplace is great and the activities are not too hectic for the next three months with good pay. They do this to you and to a few hundred employees. Then suddenly, once you sign a one-year contract with them after three months, the policies suddenly change. The work becomes more difficult and you’re left with a year to work with them.
2. No Commitment
A company I once worked with promised that the contract will not contain a one-year working contract once I become regular. However, they will provide you with a gadget that you could personally use and use for work instances. The gadget is your sole responsibility and these items are quite costly. However, it’s 2 years to pay and it’s automatically deducted from your salary and when you leave, you have to pay its entire sum.
3. No Tax
While many of us hate paying taxes, taxes are there because the company pays them. This is particularly easy to spot; if you’re offered a job that involves no tax, don’t take it even if it provides you a sumptuous consequence. These jobs are unregistered and probably a scam or a ploy for other more-physical organized crime.