Unformatted text preview: • Mr. Hart perceives co-workers leaving their stations early for lunch is directly related to Mr. Bings influence, and perceives this as coercion to under-mind his authority. • Mr. Bing views Mr. Hart as a sarcastic supervisor, who does not know how to manage his employees. • Mr. Hart views Mr. Bing as a disruptive employee who harbors hidden iniquity who is no longer interested in being an cooperative employee. • The result was both Hart & Bing addressing their concerns with a union representative which illustrated a misunderstanding of the other’s motives. • After discussing with the representative this misunderstanding left Hart wanting Bing to part ways, and Bing wanting to do whatever he could to be transferred...
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- Spring '11
- Electric charge, Mr. Hart, Hart & Bing, Mr. Bing