He enjoyed identifying problems and problem patterns but he rarely suggested solutions.He bugged his supervisor weekly for a bigger title and more money so that he could tell the other employees what to do.
The Gallup organization studied indicators of work satisfaction.
When he announced that he was job hunting, not a single employee suggested that the company take action to convince him to stay. And, no one will have a good word to say about him when an employer who is checking references comes their way.
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A supervisor who worked in a several-hundred-person company quickly earned a reputation for not playing well with others.
He collected data and used the data to find fault, place blame, and make other employees look bad.