Good employees don’t do dumb things on a whim. They are usually backed into a corner by upper management, forced to go the wrong way in order to meet arbitrary, unrealistic goals to save their job.

Thanks, Wells Fargo, for providing an excellent example of how negligent leaders can dodge their responsibility of leading and place the blame on the employees when the leadership’s ineptitude is discovered.

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