CASE: Objects are Blocking Access at Work

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Hans Havelaar
Switzerland
🔥NEW Hello, I am struggling to find the principle behind a particular situation. So, here are the facts: 1. One day I arrive at work and go to see the boss. He is in his room and has some objects left on the floor (e.g., candies). So I can't enter without picking up the candies and putting them somewhere to avoid to step on them. But then the boss said: "Stop don't touch this, I am doing an experiment. I have to see who notices this on the floor". What's this? Why? And what does it mean? 2. Another day I arrive at the workplace. The boss was around. The path to my workplace is blocked by a recycle bin which was put in the middle of the path without any apparent reason. It had never been there. I asked why the bin is there? No answer. I remove it. So, these are the two situations. I did a bit of research and it could be it is related to some HR principle. But I couldn't find something clear. Can someone help me to identify what is behind all of this? Thanks beforehand for any hints! (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Blocking Objects in the Office

Strange. Perhaps these experiments could be empowe (...)

  Brett E Holdeman
Student (University), United States
 

Either Initiative or Dementia

I agree with Jaap, Hans. I think the boss may be i (...)

 

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