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Aug 1, 2013
They found 2% of people who had confidence in Management? Isn't that a little on the high side?
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Aug 1, 2013
Whether or not a company does well, makes a good product, etc. has everything to do with its management. The problem is that the management doesn't understand that....
Aug 1, 2013
This reminds me of how management measured our production. It counted the number of cases we'd complete and rate us accordingly. But if too many people (for the arbitrarily set figure) earned the top rating, management unilaterally raised the production level.
Aug 1, 2013
"So Dilbert, according to our anonymous employee survey, you have a problem with the style of our managent... Oh, right."
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Aug 1, 2013
Bad management is self perpetuating. Employees fear losing their job so they treat management with respect, are polite, laugh at their jokes and provide reinforcement for their management's decisions. Thus, management believes they are doing a great job based on employee feedback. If some unhappy employee is foolish enough to candidly state his/her feelings about how things are going, management instantly gets very defensive and assumes that since everyone else is happy and you are the only one complaining thus, the problem is you and not management. That guy is soon eliminated and this further puts employees on pins and needles worrying about their own job security.
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