Clerk scolding man with kids ranked as the top viral hit on reddit last night. Commenters lambasted both the woman for her behavior and the man for using food stamps.
What are your thoughts on it? Or rather, how do you see it as a professional in the staffing industry? Certainly, if you're on the front lines, you regularly meet people who are destitute and on the precipice of disaster? How do you treat them?
My Dad who used to travel the country opening technical staffing offices used to say he could tell an operation's gross profit percentage within a couple of points by just walking in the door and getting a sense on how people were being treated. Places where respect and courtesy abounded while dealing with desperate job seekers often were the ones with the great margins, he said.