Someone recently told me a story about getting into trouble because he was “too good” at his job. As a new hire to the company, he set about doing his job effectively, conscientiously making an effort to reduce errors, complete tasks as quickly as possible and streamline procedures. He was politely pulled aside by one of his new colleagues and told that he was making everyone else look bad by being so good at his job. He was asked to slow it down. So here is the ethical dilemma. Would you lower your standard of quality to “fit into the team” or would you continue performing to the best of your ability? Maybe this is an unfair question because you →
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