Life Lessons: I recently had a conversation with someone about dealing with unfairness in the workplace. It can be very frustrating when you find yourself working harder than those around you while they slack off seemingly unnoticed. But interestingly enough, they told me a tale about their own experiences with working with lazy coworkers. Although at first glance it may seem like lazy workers are benefiting from doing less work and taking their own mini breaks, their own unproductiveness does affect them in the long run. When it came time to renewing their contracts, they didn't have it as easy (or at all) as the person who always put in the effort to do their job. And when it came to being recommended for other work positions, only those who showed great work ethics were recommended. So in reality, you don't have to look too hard to see that eventually hard work pays off. They may not be doing anyone any favours, but they're also not doing themselves any either.
"I cannot formulate an expression using tangible words from any language that would even begin to express just how much you piss me off." -Unknown