Workplace, Business ethics, Bullying
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Workplace, Business ethics, Bullying


  • Undergraduate
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However, in most of the organizational and business setups the lower level employees and especially the new entrants are scrutinized more severely on punctuality than those of the senior level managers. Despite not being ideal, the approach has some rationale which cannot be negated altogether. Senior level employees and managers have several business commitments beyond the routine work hours and more often than not they are bound to their tasks and targets instead of time. This however, should not leverage the habitual delays by senior and they should set a better example for their juniors.

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