Unethical workplace behaviours creating culture of fear

Unethical workplace behaviours creating culture of fear

Unethical workplace behaviour creates a culture of fear and mistrust among employees, impacting productivity it has been claimed.

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Comments (3)

  • catlosgiovanni1@twee
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    Thu, 13 Nov 2014 11:51am GMT
    Employer greed creates a culture where individual pay and performance are measured in comparison to the peer group. Greedy Employers create a work environment that pits one employee against the other in a rat race. An Employer may deny knowing James is working weekends, and in the same breath say to Janet that she is not performing or under performing in comparison to her peers. Don't let it cross your mind that Janet will sacrifice her son's tutoring or healthcare in order to work on the weekend like every other scared employee. Yes Employer greed continues to destroy family. Oh they'll blame competition and point to India and China, but all the while there are plenty of profit to hire more workers or at a minimum pay existing employees Combat pay so maybe they can afford a school or daycare for their children while they meet demands at work.
  • catlosgiovanni1@twee
    [email protected]
    Thu, 13 Nov 2014 11:51am GMT
    Employer greed creates a culture where individual pay and performance are measured in comparison to the peer group. Greedy Employers create a work environment that pits one employee against the other in a rat race. An Employer may deny knowing James is working weekends, and in the same breath say to Janet that she is not performing or under performing in comparison to her peers. Don't let it cross your mind that Janet will sacrifice her son's tutoring or healthcare in order to work on the weekend like every other scared employee. Yes Employer greed continues to destroy family. Oh they'll blame competition and point to India and China, but all the while there are plenty of profit to hire more workers or at a minimum pay existing employees Combat pay so maybe they can afford a school or daycare for their children while they meet demands at work.
  • Truthseeker
    Truthseeker
    Wed, 12 Nov 2014 2:36pm GMT
    The main work ethic is never to make derogatory remarks about clients by e mail, and NEVER, EVER send them to the client.

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