A young neet finally receives a callback for an interview from one of the many companies he applied for. He and a group of other jobseekers of varying ages and experiences go to the venue on the appointed date and find themselves getting asked some very strange questions that probe their knowledge of fictions.
At the end of the interview, they're all called in and informed that they were all excellent candidates and the company would love to have them all. All too eager at the good news, the candidates immediately sign their contracts but quickly learn that all is not as it seems.
The candidates all black out and when they wake up they find themselves drastically changed and trapped in a magical world unlike their own. Their recruiters tell them that now that they're employees of the company they're expected to quickly adjust to their new circumstances and get ahead in their new careers.
Their new jobs require them to periodically relocate every year or so to new worlds where they are to facilitate the suppression of undesirables using the powers they gain while also attending training classes in the company's homeworld. During their tenure in each world they are to assimilate into that world's society and fulfill the roles expected of them to the best of their ability.
Those with the best performances are granted bonuses of their choosing, including a nullification of their work contract. The recruiters make sure to dangle that ticket out of their situation to spur them on but our main character soon notices that some of the other recruits seem to slowly be getting taken in by the incentives their jobs provide them as if they were being brainwashed.
Justifiably wary of the company's temptations, she must do her best to become a top performer and resist the all the perks they offer if she is to keep the company from taking her soul as they scheme to mold her into their perfect wage slave.