Fit in or fuck off
"Fit in or fuck off" ("FIFO") is a controversial phrase  reminding people to conform to the prevailing organizational or societal norms or get fired/removed. It is used as a justification for racism, nationalism (e.g., jingoism), sexism, homophobia, ethnic, nativist, immigrant restriction and xenophobic reaction, regulation and action.
Corporate implementation of a FIFO policy in one particular firm in the history of corporations was said to be coincidental, if not causally-related, to a toxic tit-for-tat relationship with a union.
- Abusive power and control – Aspect of personal relationships
- Bullying culture – Use of force or coercion to abuse or intimidate others
- Culture of fear – Arrangement in which fear of retribution is pervasive
- Groupthink – A psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people
- Kiss up kick down – Form of social malfunction
- Mushroom management – Company with dysfunctional communication between managers and employees
- My way or the highway – American idiom
- Organizational culture – Encompasses values and behaviours that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organization
- Petty tyranny
- Seagull management – Dysfunctional management style
- Workplace bullying – Persistent pattern of mistreatment of others in the workplace that causes either physical or emotional harm
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