Originally Posted by martyp
As a supervisor I realized I had employees who were retired in place. They were conscientious about their work but they had no ambitions and didn't really care about their performance appraisals. It was a factor in whether I kept them or not. If I needed a worker bee then no problem. But if I needed someone with passion then not so much.
I read this and frankly, I think its not really about "passion". Every place I've worked its been about hours. Can management get more hours for the same pay out of their employee? Faster, faster, faster! Do more with less!