Stop waving heads in the air
The only person here doing anything with his head other than thinking, is you and your repeated desire to plug yours firmly in the sand.
Profit is always put ahead of human well being in a successful business, but that doesn't mean that the business owner/manager doesn't care about his people and work damn hard to take care of them. A good manager recognizes the value of good employees and works hard to keep and promote them, or else he spends too much money training and retraining new people. That is a recipe for failure. Human well being is taken care of by the profit motivator. If the world ran on rainbows and lollipops then perhaps we could pay people 1,000,000 rainbowpops per year and everyone would walk around in a fog of lollipop farts. However, profit is the motivation for anyone to start a business and hire people to work for them.
The bottom line is, if you don't like profit, then start your own business, hire 1,000 people (hell I'll make it easy, only hire 10), pay them all $75/hour, give them the best insurance money can buy and see how long your business lasts. Maybe then you'll recognize that employment is just a happy biproduct of a successful business, and that businesses do not, in fact, exist to provide for the general welfare of humans.
Get back to us when you realize how the real world works.
p.s. - None of us are working off of an ideological view. We are all expressing (in what seems like rational sentences, but must be Greek for all of your understanding) real world observations based on practical experience and a fundamental understanding of economics that you seem to lack.