Written by Otaku Apologist

If you’re a freelancer in our wretched little industry, you’ve no doubt experienced abuse from one of your employers. I want to blow the lid on heinous business practices that companies here employ, to help people improve their working environment. I’m also seeking emotional closure for the past 4 years of bad treatment prior to Hentaireviews kicking off.

This article is a continuation for Toxic Hentai Companies Need to Clean Up, and Hentai Content Creators are Angry Prostitutes. and Systematic Abuse of Freelancers in the Hentai Industry.

The antidote to toxicity is professionalism. When companies uphold a high level of professionalism, their employees will be motivated as well. Everyone from the employees to the upper staff should work to uphold the rules.

Hentai companies have their reasons to not credit their employees. Before we discuss these reasons, I want to argue why every company owner should be giving their employees credit. As people get older, their need of resources grows exponentially. Wives, kids, healthcare, and mortgages cost a lot of money. If your company doesn’t give name credit, the jobs you provide are dead-end jobs. Your guys will be looking to jump ship, because they need more resources in the future. Working for your company must improve an employee’s future job prospects for you to gain their loyalty.

These are the reasons why hentai companies avoid crediting freelancers in their projects.

1 – To reduce your job prospects.

Hentai companies are desperate for good workers. The company CEO doesn’t want you to take the experience and prestige from working for them, to apply for work in another company. It’s understandable. Companies cannot contract you for a long period of time, so you’re free to leave any time. You have no legal protection, they have no legal protection.

2 – They think you’ll never leave.

For reasons I cannot explain, companies assume their workers are going to stick around forever. The company CEO is projecting his own commitment to his company to his employees. It’s completely stupid.

3 – You haven’t earned your name.

Hentai is an extremely competitive and challenging industry. The companies that survive here are led by exceptionally smart, hard-working, ruthless motherfuckers. They had to build everything with their blood, sweat, and tears. You have to earn your name like they did. Until they see you bleed, you’re not on their level. Their logic ignores the reality that an industry naturally becomes more accessible as time goes by.

4 – You are not worthy!

Companies with an established brand think you’re privileged to even work for them. You’re privileged to even talk to them! You are in the presence of a super human who transcended his circumstances and transformed reality with his sheer power of will! Only when you surpass them do they deem you worthy of any credit.

5 – They think dangling the carrot makes you work harder.

Mainstream companies offer promotions and raises to incentivize employee commitment. Many hentai companies sincerely want to reward their employees, but cannot promise anything with any level of certainty, because the industry is unstable. The company’s finances can jump up and down on a monthly basis. No legal contracts are binding when freelancers live seas apart from their employer. Your boss still wants to make you work hard, so the company can grow to a new level of profitability. They’ll dangle the prospect of name credit as leverage.

6 – You are freelancing under the table.

There are very few hentai companies with the finances to hire new people, and the ones that are surviving, can dictate the terms of your freelancing. I was personally threatened with an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) by one of my corporate clients. I needed the money badly, so I accepted the terms.

7 – You didn’t ask for name credit.

Sometimes you just have to tug your boss’ sleeve to get your credit.

8 – Your contribution to a project was small.

Your own perception of your importance to the project can be inflated. Did you really work hard for your boss? You’re a human being too, and prone to egotism and narcissism just like everyone else.

9 – You disrespected your employer.

If you’re working for an abusive employer, you’ll lose your temper with them eventually. However, despite your employer annoying you to the point you had an outburst, the fault is on you. He will deny your name credit if you lash out. Don’t work for a bad employer to begin with if you want to avoid drama.

10 – You asked to not be credited.

When a project involves themes like rape, abuse, bestiality, furries, gay sex, or similar, it’s better to detach your name from that. However, you’re wasting opportunities to gather a fanbase for your niche content. Create a name specifically for hentai. Create multiple names! Don’t miss out on getting famous for making the best lolicon BDSM bestiality porn!

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