I just received a flier circulating among and by disgruntled bureaucrats, excerpted in pertinent part below with all emphases in the original (if missing colored bold, cartoons to further illustrate their grievance and other fun things certainly not created on the taxpayer dime):
INJUSTICE IN THE WORKPLACE
No one should have to endure unfair treatment in the workplace – whether it is with regard to Promotions, PARs ratings, Flexible Work Schedules or Selection of Work Space. All too often, employees don’t know where to turn when they are faced with these challenges.
In these tough times, employees may be fearful of speaking up or taking a stand against unfair treatment.
WHAT is an employee to do when the injustice comes from within the office of the Leader of EPA?
Unfair treatment in the Office of the Administrator
In the Office of the Administrator/Office of External Affairs and Environmental Education (OEAEE), EPA employees continuously face the threat of being moved from one work space to another, despite the negotiated Agreements and policies that govern how space assignments are to be conducted.
If justice is not served in the Office of the Administrator, there is little chance for justice throughout EPA.
And on and on it goes.
Uh oh. This often doesn’t end well.
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