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|User Info||Be Scientifically Right, Get Fired; entered at 2017-08-11 15:32:55|
Registered: 2009-06-03 East of Sheol
I think a lot of that has to do with who your co-workers are and their dedication to a task. If they are the whining SJW warrior types they only add to the stress already in that situation. It has been my experience that women are more likely to engage in passive agressive behaviours and bickering in such situations. Men know all of them depend on getting this done together and when the impetus is there they can resolve differences to get the task done especially if the leader is trusted personality.
Not saying all women are that way but it has been my general observation. I've had a few women that were simply outstanding.
Nor have I ever had a guy to come to me on the verge of a breakdown in tears because the "job was too hard" wanting me to offload the responsibilities onto someone else or because "someone spoke mean to me." It's always the people I inherit that seem to have these issues and never the people I hire directly. One hire left for family reasons to relocate across the country but unless retired all persons I have hired are still here and being productive (sometimes in other departments).
I seem to have a knack for recognizing good and decent people but I'm told I make people sweat bullets in job interviews too -lol.
I will not even go ito the cases of resume embellishments that occur in this day an age or how a person even 'graduates' with a D average in their science major from a 'minority' college. Hell many of the kids with an 'A' are missing half the basics! Yet they have a whole list of SJW activities listed on the resume. I will catch you. If I see that combination of **** - it goes directly to File Cabinet #13.