Blame placement

Employee burnout is a common phenomenon, but it is one that companies tend to treat as a talent management or personal issue rather than a broader organizational challenge. That’s a mistake[…]

I love reading stuff like this — because you can bet that your HR department and executive staff sure as hell won’t. And if they do, their only response will be to find ways to explain that, while this might be the case at other companies, it’s not a problem here for… reasons.

Basically… ah hell, I’ll just let Seymour explain this one.


Blame placement

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