Before proceeding against men weaker than yourself, ponder when you stood before those more powerful.
The order of the day is to get things done. In an organisational structure, the various chiefs have to press their staff to get tasks done through delegation, training, monitoring and allowing them to get on with their schedule.Any structure has persons who may exert pressure on their subordinates in an attempt to put them in place, increase efficiency, and get them to take on laborious tasks so that those persons can tackle more overall administation duties. The experience of subordinates from this is also to pressurise their staff as this is thought of as normal. Work is an oppressive profession but is needful. Work is an organised manner in which there is some production. The workers for giving their time and skills over get some form of return. The rewards and return for work increase with responsibility. The amount of time and effort given over depends on how much the workers can give. Skills can be developed at work or in spare time and applied vice-versa.One has to be committed to the work. This is not just a show but has to be calm and genuine. Showing resentment and dissent can over time have a negative effect on the working environment and reduce production and efficiency. One has the right to object and be assertive but not unduly. Work is such that everyone involved wants to get something out of it.
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