An open question to everyone: How would a person get across the constraint that in (a standard) firm, every employee shares a unique employer, *the employer of the firm* (which may be a single person or set of people)?

That is to say, every employee is *hired* by the employer, who then commands their labor, either directly or through a chain of special employees called *managers*.

Furthermore, could we also add the constraint that the employer, being the contractual nexus of hiring, renting, or already owning, all the inputs used up in production (and thus the legal party who "swallowed" those liabilities), is also the legal party who ends up appropriating (i.e., having the defensible claim on) the produced assets (as is the case in almost all countries nowadays)?