Skip wrote:By what criteria are workers judged?
Is it about their work, their politics, their motivation, or their racial profile?
By what criteria is an employer judged?
In the capitalist system, the employer and only the employer have the final say on who is a good employee or not, after all, it is the employer who spend his money to employ the employees to create profits for the employer. And the single standard of a good or bad employee is whether she could produce enough profits for the employer. For example, in many companies there is such thing called KPI, whether an employee is good or bad is decided by the KPI (Key Performance Indicators) which is calculated by how many sells has a person completed or how many profits a person can produce, etc.
How can a leftist be a good worker in a company? In an ordinary company, there is competition between employees, the culture in a private company is capitalist. in a company, a leftist cannot talk about her political view openly, but a right-winger certainly can.
How can a person be a functional part of a system of which she hates? I cannot find an answer.