How do I make my manager see that timing his staff makes for an unhappy team?
It sounds very much like he would benefit from a KinderWorks workshop! Unfortunately it comes down to mindset and often it’s people’s insecurities that are making them react and behave in a certain way. Historically in business, people seem to feel like the more authoritative they are, the better results they get. We now understand how important people are to organisations and how the need to keep people happy and motivated is the difference between a business thriving and a business staying static. In terms of practical advice, I would go to his line manager and raise these issues and how it makes you7 feel and impacts your working day. If still nothing changes, I would consider moving to a new place that appreciates what you do.
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