If major American corporations treated their employees the way God commanded the ancient Israelites to treat their slaves, here's how it might look:
Employees are hired as paid interns for seven years, receiving training in a specific trade.
With each promotion, the employee gains more training and more responsibility, until they are familiar with all aspects of their trade.
Health and life insurance through the company are automatically assured, and payment for same is taken out of the employee's paycheck, as per the norm.
Housing and childcare is provided in certain situations, to be defined by the company.
The company may discipline the employee, but may not fire them without legal cause (in other words, the employee has to grossly violate the terms of the employment contract, or break a law).
After seven years, the employee is offered a choice. They can be promoted to a management position and remain with the company for life, or they can receive a big, fat bonus and launched into the world to start their own business using the skills they've acquired with the company.
If two employees of the same company wish to marry, the company will donate resources to their wedding under the condition that, should they have any children while either person is still employed with the company, they will see to it that their children maintain ties with the company for as long as both the company and said children remain in good legal standing.
Holidays off are guaranteed for all interns, as is at least one full day per week, consistent. Whether or not they are paid for holidays is left to the discretion of the company.
Every 50 years of the company's existence, all employees are given one year of paid time off. They are permitted to choose not to return to the company after their year is up.
If a former employee fails in their own business, they have the option of returning to the company that trained them, acknowledging that they will have to spend seven more years at the intern stage.
In the event of war, refugees from territories occupied by America may seek work with the company. However, they are not interns and do not have the option of graduating from the company unless the company's policy grants them this right. They may, however, move up in the ranks as the company sees fit. In all other regards they are to be treated the same as citizen employees, including being granted one year's leave along with all the other employees every 50 years of the company's existence.
I believe that should about cover it. Wouldn't it be nice if major corporations really worked this way?