Let us praise corporate compassion.

On the other hand, let’s just read this, from Harper’s Weekly Review:

New York City’s only rest stop for deliverypersons closed, and it was reported that after a DoorDash driver was in a car accident and rushed to the hospital, the company asked his wife if she would complete his delivery. The CEO of a technology company praised a worker for selling his dog because of the organization’s return-to-the-office policy, then allegedly fired him after receiving bad publicity. The CEO of an office furniture company apologized after telling workers who asked about staying motivated not to live in “pity city.”

If you had to rate these offenses to humanity, would you, as I have, put the DoorDash thing at the top of your list?

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