Comment 30207

By grassroots are the way forward (registered) | Posted April 17, 2009 at 08:51:10

Brandon: I beg to differ with on the point that "personalities" should have free reign in the decision making process.

If someone is a bully, why should they be allowed free reign? Why should someone who feels threatened by ideas be allowed to use intimidation and threats, to use their position to humilate an underling?

The point in any organization, bullying should be eliminated and not tolerated. To be a good boss, supervisor or manager one has to able to draw in the abilities of the group for the betterment of the whole and not allow for their "personal" feelings to thwart the process.

I will give another example of bullying or the use of authority by a "governemnt" employee. A person walks into a government entity looking for help with job search. The person, by the observance of others is that they probably have not come into this center before. The government employee in this particular instance had no customer service skills, they did not ask how they could help, they yelled, humilated and use their position of power to singled out an individual, who most likely was in the center for the first time.

So for this instance, since the city has a zero tolerance policy for violence, I wonder how does this particular employee of the city get away with using fear, intimidation and a clear lack of manners or customer service skills allowed to be employed?

Are you going to try and tell the world that "personality" plays a role in this interaction? Give your head a shake. It is disgusting that this employee is allowed free reign to use fear and intimidation and no one stopped it.

Clearly there is an abundance of moral and ethical problems within the system.

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