The Economist__Corporate bosses want to feed mind-altering drugs to staff

A recent article in The Economist mentioned that a growing number of firms want to offer psychedelics to staff “to make executives more empathetic, enhance team bonding, boost creativity…”.

Will there ever come a day when a corporate boss (of a creative industry) can refuse an employee a promotion because he or she refuses to use psychedelic drugs to enhance their creativity?

It should be noted that the article in The Economist mentions the case of “An asset manager…reports agonizing over whether or not to accept an invitation from a firm in her portfolio to an…Ayahuasca retreat in a villa in California”

PS – Probably corporate bosses are taking the old Persian custom mentioned in the post below to a much bolder level