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Oh what a feeling, no future!

We throw away last season’s clothes, older-model cars and mobile phones that are out of date. But is our disposable society starting to throw away workers? Last week Toyota laid off 350 workers from its Altona plant in Melbourne. It did so in a way that showed a total disrespect for their dignity as people. I accept that it may have been necessary for Toyota to reduce its workforce – times are tough for manufacturing – but I do not accept that it was necessary to publicly humiliate them.
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