" Why Christmas is Destroying Corporate America ." That's right. A well-known blogger really tried to make that argument on a very popular website three years ago. Unfortunately, my blog was also on that site at the time. I remember thinking: Crap, there goes the neighborhood … and my credibility.Then again, the woman was infamous for gems like "Why Your Career Needs Plastic Surgery – Literally," where she gave this advice to new grads: "Tell your parents you want plastic surgery as a graduation gift. Hate those thin lips? Fatten them up. It'll help you land the job."You just can't make this stuff up.I eventually followed the age-old axiom and changed the channel, but wouldn't you know it, the dopey arguments that blogger tried to make keep coming up again and again in workplaces all across the western world.So I thought I'd turn the tables and explain what really is destroying corporate America: Political correctness.To be specific, I'm referring to selfish, whiny, thin-skinned, entit...
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