Monday, November 19, 2007

It's Odd But...

Some of the worst employees think they are the best employees.

The executive who callously handles employee disciplinary problems will run to a lawyer and invoke every possible protection if he or she is threatened with discipline.

The victim in a workplace dispute will often feel a greater sense of guilt than the perpetrator.

The people who grumble about the injustice of the existence of an inner circle want to replace it with their own inner circle.

At least 20 percent of your best performers don't receive the recognition they deserve.

We form teams to conduct extensive research before purchasing a computer system but will swiftly make personnel selections that are far more important and even more expensive.

We wouldn't think of throwing out a piece of equipment that can still provide excellent service but little is done to retain an excellent employee who has turned in a resignation letter.

High schools that dropped Latin as a requirement think Geometry will be more helpful to its students.

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