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World / 4 months ago
Company's Conscience Takes a Sunny Vacation: Releases Statement on Maldivian Affairs Amidst Mai Tais and Snorkeling
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Corporate Conscience Meets Tropical Paradise: Company Executives Discuss Maldivian Affairs from Sunny Beaches and Cocktail Bars
In an unprecedented move that will surely resonate in the annals of corporate modesty, a major US-based company has chosen a plush, sun-drenched vacation in the paradisal Maldives to express its concern for the yet-to-be-addressed issues the archipelagic nation is grappling with. Company executives, taken by a sudden wave of ethical and corporate conscience, resorted to personally traveling to the heavenly beach resorts of Maldives, as opposed to the tedious routine of keyboard-commandoing from their gilded corporate offices. Armed with an array of SPF-99 sunscreens, sunglasses the size of dinner plates, and the latest Gucci flip-flops, the corporate crusaders boarded a private-chartered Airbus A380 to the exotic archipelago. As the mammoth aircraft gently kissed the Maldivian tarmac, company executives, practically indistinguishable from modern-day explorers, disembarked to chastely express their concern over the human rights issues, environmental challenges, and socioeconomic disparities the nation faces. Representative statements were craftily composed amidst snorkeling sessions, regal feasts, and tropical cocktails, of course. Who could possibly broach such grave affairs without the sweet sting of a Mai Tai tickling their throats or the hypnotic rhythm of crash-crash retreat of turquoise waves serving as a meditative background score? The company’s spokesperson, still catching his breath from a scuba-diving escapade, made the announcement, "Yes, it's true. We believe in workers' rights, and we are concerned about the challenges facing the Maldivian community." A reporter who had the courage to question the incongruity of discussing such profound issues in such lavishly decadent surroundings was enlightened with an antidote of corporate wisdom. “Well, we believe that a refreshing environment catalyzes productive dialogues. Plus, you need to understand the local issues first-hand to take vital decisions. Just like someone must consume an entire tub of ice cream to comprehend its flavors, or watch all seasons of ‘Game of Thrones’ only to understand the fan's disappointment with the finale,” the spokesperson added, while expertly maneuvering the straw of his Piña Colada. Meanwhile, back home, the employees of said company endure stagnated wages, limited social benefits, and exhaustingly long working hours. From their modest homes, the unsung heroes mumbled their air-conditioned prayers for the success of their leaders’ exotic corporate retreat. As our corporate knights gallantly combat Maldivian affairs from the trenches of five-star resorts, one can't help but ponder - If the spirit of corporate responsibility gets fostered amidst Mai Tais and Snorkeling in the Maldives, where will the next corporate conscience vacation take place? The shimmery shores of Bora Bora? The grandeur of the French Alps? Or Mars, perhaps? The world watches, and waits.
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Original title: Company Make statement about something in Maldives
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