Secondly, the Arrogant Storage ownership is under the misconception that when problems are brought to their attention, the person finding these problems is also the source of them. This, of course, it not the case. When I would bring problems to the attention of the district manager or the owner, I was met with hostility, defiance to fix the issue, or complaining that I wasn’t doing my job properly.
A not-so-open letter to my former employer.
Ainslie Caswell

I finally quit teaching due to this exact same reason — I was called a “thinker”, the “ideation person”, the one who could “find a solution to anything” from fellow employees, but to the administrators, I was treated in the exact same manner you describe here. A problem.

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