Tuesday, 8 July 2008


I shall be reporting soon on strategies for demotivating staff but, in the meantime, it seems others have named the same process boreout. The odd thing is, why is it that people have difficulty dealing with being given sinecures? The protestant work ethic, if reports are accurate, is very far from dead. Pity there is so little real work - or rather, pity there is so little paid work that is worth doing. Why do people complain about being paid to do 'useless' activities whilst real worthwhile activities go undone because there is no pay for doing them? Answers on a postcard please.

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