Sometimes zero tolerance is simply unfair...

by jgt, Tuesday, September 04, 2018, 08:05 (437 days ago) @ Byron
edited by jgt, Tuesday, September 04, 2018, 08:57

I almost posted this as a P.S. yesterday. While reflecting on this information it occurred to me, this is as much a failure in training as a failure in the actions of the young man. He is young and inexperienced. He was not properly trained to meet this situation. It is unfair to dismiss him without using this to train him and his fellow trainees. Punishment may be appropriate in the form of extra duty but dismissal seems to be poor judgement and a cover up for lack of training. Especially since the young man endured the heckling for some time from a person who is an a-d-u-l-t and in a position of uniformed authority. If this kind of harsh zero tolerance kind of expectations continue it will produce the opposite effect as intended. These are humans, not robots.
We are assuming this is the only incident in his training period that prompted his dismissal. These people are striving for perfection, even God is not that harsh in his desire for us to strive for perfection. He gets some amazing results.


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