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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by dws (341) on 2003.03.14 13:26 (#17943) Homepage Journal
    If after sitting on this you decide to intervene, consider looking up the management chain for a manager who has a clue. Lacking someone with a clue, look for someone greedy and hit them with a "this kind of behavior is costing us money" argument. Greedy people understand money, and if you can catch their attention by suggesting a risk of losing money, you might get a chance to make an argument linking overwork to underperformance, or to the risk of having to replace a performing employee. If they get that link, the smack will come down on the project leader pretty.

    Were I in your position, I wouldn't go after the project leader directly.