Corporate execs take low-level jobs at their firms to see what really takes place.
|"Yankee Candle" When Yankee Candle CEO Harlan Kent goes under cover, his customer service skills lead to questions about his true identity. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"American Seafoods" American Seafoods CEO Bernt Bodal goes under cover as a deckhand. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen" Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Chief Talent Officer Lynne Zappone is frustrated with an employee's attitude and is moved by another worker's generosity. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"Oriental Trading Company" Oriental Trading Co. CEO Sam Taylor discovers some employees are unhappy and unintentionally halts production in his plant. (Repeat)||CNBC|
High-level corporate execs leave the comfort of their offices and secretly take low-level jobs within their companies to find out how things really work and what their employees truly think of them. This Emmy-winning reality series utilizes hidden cameras to provide an authentic view of executives' journeys as they are immersed in the day-to-day operations of their organizations. In the process of this undercover mission, they learn of the perceptions about their companies, the spirit of their work forces and -- maybe -- something about themselves as well.
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