Wednesday, October 8, 2008
In Then We Came to the End, employees talk frequently about their dislike of Joe Pope, their default supervisor (see page 114 for an example). In real life, is this behavior among subordinates necessary to subvert the humiliation of having a “boss,”or does it just make things more difficult? Is dissing your boss’s every annoying move with co-workers an activity of solidarity or negativity?
Posted by Lila at Wednesday, October 08, 2008