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Gamestop doesn’t discipline staff, it offers them “performance coaching”
Kotaku is running a story about GameStop letting staff play games and then selling them as new.
I’m struggling to get worked up about this.
But I loved GameStop’s corporate speak. Kotaku quotes the company policy regarding “checkouts” (the practice of staff members borrowing copies) as follows:
Just to jam the point home: “performance coaching that may include termination of your employment” = the most ridiculous euphemism for disciplinary procedures I’ve ever seen.