The gray-suited day stalker who doesn’t have a profession or know what yours is, but he checks to see if you’re dressed appropriately and at your desk at all times.
Pretending that all problems can be solved within increments of one hour.
Bragging, boasting under-performers.
The saying “a lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part” because, in fact, it does constitute an emergency on all our parts every day, this allergy to planning.
Vengeful Vionnas. They’ve had a hard time of it in the eras of flares and perms and they’re taking it out on you.
People who sit in trainings and take no notes and then later want help doing all the things.
The Slippery Sandy who avoids all responsibility by claiming to be confused by her voice mailbox, and insisting there’s too many emails to read yours, and disappearing into every meeting unrelated to her job.
People who think going to meetings is the work.
Misguided goals. Lack of goals. People who pretend not to know what a goal is.
The pain of seeing a good idea die without the aid of a hired bully.
Watching the young having to learn it all over again.