Simon Says wrote on Jan 17, 2021, 05:34:
NKD wrote on Jan 16, 2021, 23:03:
BIGtrouble77 wrote on Jan 16, 2021, 20:32:
Quinn wrote on Jan 16, 2021, 19:32:Who's getting cancelled here? I do agree with your second point, I'm not interested in seeing CDPR burn, I just want devs to be treated better.
Cancel Culture is too malicious and hungry for me to take this stuff at face value. People just love to set fire to stuff just to watch it burn these days.
Haven't you heard? "Cancel Culture" is when you complain about anything instead of just taking it and asking for more.
But seriously, if we're now labelling "Consumers complaining about how a company treats its workers and its customers" as "cancel culture" then we have a big problem.
How dare you debunk echo chamber propaganda buzzwords! SHAME, SHAME, SHAME!
Getting triggered much, peeps?
As a business unit manager and 6+ years experience as an office supervisor prior, I could theoretically call myself an expert in office mentality. Few facts: 1.) the most disgruntled employees are more often than not also the ones performing the worst. 2.) disgruntled employees band together like a lynch mob, and like all lynch mobs, they pounce at the first sign of weakness among leaders/leadership. This is so common its funny, actually. 3.) said disgruntled employees don't complain. They wait. In the shadows. And if you don't spot them, they infect other employees with their discontent. They don't intend to fix the problems that disgruntle them. They just complain about them behind the back of those who can change them.
Point 3 is the most important, here. Unless a deep investigation into all of this shows that employees opened their mouths about the problems they encountered and proposed their ways to fix them, this is just another cowardly lynch mob pouncing at the first sign of weakness. It's nothing. It means nothing. It isn't unique. Every company has to deal with the mob one way or another.