In the corporate world, there are cooperative employees and then there are quite.......well, contentious employees who see EVERYTHING wrong with their respective workplace. Well, each one has a right to his/her opinion regarding that matter. However, such people blame everyone and everythng except for themselves. It is their boss, coworkers, the job, and/or the work environment, NEVER themselves.
Some people even go further........they create a toxic atmosphere for themselves and others. Then they wonder why they are NEVER promoted and oftentimes other coworkers stay FAR AWAY from them as possible. Eventually, these people either get a constructive discharge or are outright terminated. Of course, they are totally nonplussed as to the reason they were summarily discharged from their jobs.
The moral of the scenario is to never badmouth your employer, place of business, and/or job while you are WORKING at that JOB. That behavior is a sign of utter and total unprofessionalism to say the least. People who complain on the job are often viewed quite negatively by the boss and coworkers alike. Furthermore, such people are viewed as troublemakers and malcontents. They fail to realize and acknowledge that they are creating ways which they will be eventually terminated in one way or another. Do you agree or disagree with this premise? Why? Why not?
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