Maybe because it’s been a long time since companies actually valued their employees. Here’s one example:
Oops, maybe there is some justice:
In that piece, Inc. reports that “The move to fire 900 employees via Zoom generated a considerable amount of criticism both inside and outside the company. Despite the fact that Garg later issued an apology–sort of–several of the company’s executives resigned, including its head of communications and head of marketing.”
Bravo to those who quit in protest, hopefully, they will soon find jobs with better CEOs.