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I have quite strict parents. If I go to a party, I have to be back home by midnight no exceptions. If I'm going out and it isn't college or my part-time job, then I must text them to let them know where I am. They don't watch my every move, but they definitely have some control over what I do. I don't even have a Facebook because I'm not allowed. I'm only allowed on the family computer if it's for study or watching Netflix. My mum on and off monitors me so it's pretty difficult to roam the internet for fun. It's even weirder and more depressing because I'm 17.
I have a phone. How else would I text them? But it's a real hand-me-down from my parents. One of those old original Nokia 3310 bricks. I only know the make because my friends have told me and constantly ridicule me for it. I don't blame them for it though, when they all have their iPhones and Pixels with access to the internet and no "Snake 2".
Life was this abysmal state of depressing for a while. Until my 18th birthday.
I came downstairs on the Friday morning before college and my parents had made me thick blueberry pancakes and made me a fresh smoothie. After a chorus of happy birthdays from them, they presented me with a small-ish box wrapped in gift paper.
"We know that we can come across as a bit strict sometimes." My dad said as he put his hand on my shoulder, "And sometimes it probably feels like we don't want you to be happy, but we only do these things because we want you to do well in school now, so you can enjoy life however you please with a stable job and income under your belt. You're a bright girl, we know you'll understand one day why we seem so on top."
I looked at my dad unsure what to say. They weren't abusive parents, they weren't horrible to me. Strict, yes, but I loved them and when it came to my studies they had always put that first and supported me. I wasn't sure why of all days he was bringing this up now.
He patted my shoulder and smiled "And now our girl is a woman. 18 years of age. It's time for you to start having a bit more independence. You've kept your grades up and outstanding. You've never broken curfew and you've always kept us in the loop. Open your present sweetie."
"T-thanks dad." I managed to muster. I was feeling really awkward.
Drawing attention away from my doe eyed expression, I gazed back at the gift wrapping. After a moment I began to tear it off carefully. And then I saw the "SAMSUNG" logo.
My heart skipped a beat as I realised what they'd bought me. It was a new phone. And not just any new phone, but one of those Samsung Galaxy S9s that everyone and the media had been talking about.
"Oh wow!" I exclaimed "Mum, dad, thank you so much!" I embraced both of them, truly thankful for what they had given me.
"As it's your first proper contract phone, and it's your 18th birthday, we're going to pay the contract for it!" My mum smiled at me.
"Thank you! This is amazing!"
"There's a couple of things we need to sort out though before we cast you off into the sunset" My dad chuckled before reverting his face back to his usual cool expression. Time to have the "serious talk" about how "phones are dangerous" etc.
"18 is a big age. You still have a lot to learn about life, but it's time you became more independent, for yourself." He began. "You're legally an adult. So that means you no longer have a curfew. It also means you have free reign on the internet. Your phone is a smart phone, so it can connect. We were going to get you a laptop or a tablet, but we thought you'd like the phone more."
My eyes widened. I was not expecting that. It felt like I had died and gone to heaven. I thought I'd have a curfew for the rest of my life whilst I lived at home.
"Really? You mean it?" I asked
My dad continued smiling, shot a look at my mum who also smiled and they both looked at me.
"We wouldn't be saying it if we didn't mean it." My mum chuckled. "All we ask in return is that you keep your studies up and although we don't expect you to tell us where you are or what you're doing, we would prefer it if you did send us a text message or phone call to let us know you're ok."
"Oh and keep your room tidy!" My dad joked
The three of us laughed as we finished breakfast and dad helped me set up my brand new smart phone.
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College and work that day were great. Although I didn't have much time to actually get to know my phone or the internet, I was the talk of the town amongst my friends. They loved the S9 and were just as wide-eyed as me about it. After work, I decided that I wanted to spend a little time on the internet at home before 18th birthday celebrations, so I went up to my room, kicked back and unlocked my phone.
I set up a Facebook and Twitter straight away. My friend told me about reddit and tumblr too so I made accounts on both. At first it was all very overwhelming, but the more I used it, the easier it became. After an hour or so, one of my friends, Jenna, asked me why I hadn't set up an Instagram yet. In truth, I'd been so captivated by the other apps, I'd forgotten about it. So that was the next thing I did. Realising I didn't have any pictures yet, went to stand by my window and attempted to take a selfie.
I was very hesitant because I'd never taken a selfie of my own before. I'd always been in my friends selfies and even then it wasn't very often because I didn't have social media at the time. So now I was here, staring at my reflection in the screen sort of dumbfounded. Feeling stupid, I tutted and then rolled my eyes, before smiling at the camera. This time I confidently looked at the camera and pressed the capture button.
And that's when everything in my life changed.
As soon as my thumb had connected to the screen, I felt an overwhelming sense of dread. It felt like energy and life was being sucked out of me. I felt tired and slightly... ill. My stomach felt so tight it was uncomfortable to stand.
I retreated back to the bed and just lay there, staring at the ceiling for a moment. I didn't understand why this feeling had overcome me. I was confused. I breathed heavily and slowly, intending on calming myself down, which was slowly working. When I felt like I was calm enough, I sat up.
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"Be there now mum!" I replied as I got back up and quickly threw my party dress on. I shrugged the fatigue off as just being tired from a long day and went downstairs.
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The party was a hit. Everyone was having a good time... a good DRUNK time. My parents were there, my friends, my family and it was so nice to be able to party with them without sneaking around. I felt like an adult. People were taking pictures left right and centre, I joined in some of the shots. My friends joked that they could finally tag me in pictures now. Feeling the atmosphere, I took out my phone and started taking pictures. My 18th would be a great way to kick off my instagram page.
After a frenzy of photos, I decided to take one more picture, this time a selfie. It was difficult to press the screen and pose gracefully as I was quite drunk myself, but I managed and as soon as my thumb connected again, the same feeling of dread that happened in my room came again.
I again felt like the life was being sucked out of me. It was awful. I looked around for a seat, and finally found one.
"You ok honey?" I heard my dad's voice above me.
"Hey dad." I hiccuped. "I'm feeling a little tired."
"Maybe it's time for bed" He laughed as he picked me up and took me up to bed.
Everyone who was still there bid me drunk goodbyes. I still felt really lightheaded. But it wasn't because of the booze.
As we got to my bedroom, my dad sat me on my bed and kindly took my shoes off for me.
"I hope you've had a wonderful birthday, sweetheart." He said
"I have dad, it's been amazing!" I continued through my hiccups. The "feeling" was starting to go.
"I'm glad." He paused then and looked to the left side of him. He looked like he was going to say something else, but suddenly smiled and patted me on the head. "Well, you don't need me to put you in bed, I just got you to the room, good night my dear." And he stepped out, leaving me alone.
I jumped into bed, too tired to process anything.
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I woke up the next day to a message from Jenna asking if I wanted to go bowling, which I definitely did. I checked my clock and discovered it was 10am, so still early and I had a teeny headache from the night before, an extra hour or two in bed would sort that out.
I opened my camera and put it to the selfie mode to see what I looked like. Make up smeared and my dress still on, I laughed at myself and decided to take a picture to send to Jenna. She'd laugh.
And I'm sure you can guess what happened next.
As soon as my thumb connected to the screen, the dread. The sucking of life force. Only this time everything wend black.
I awoke and checked my clock again: 10:30... I'd been out for half hour. I felt sluggish and slow, like I had no energy at all. I was confused all over again.
Not happy with my confusion, I took another picture. This time with the front facing camera of my window. Expecting the same thing to happen, I pressed the shutter... nothing happened. I didn't feel sluggish or slow. I felt fine. So I flipped the camera around and without hesitating, took a selfie.
BAM. Sluggish. More life force... gone. Energy drained.
I didn't black out but it took even longer to feel normal again.
I couldn't take it anymore and took to the internet. Google became my best friend for the next hour.
It felt like an eternity, but I'd finally found something. I'd typed in "i feel tired after I take a selfie" and finally found a forum on a supernatural site.
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Jenna messaged me on facebook asking to see me in my "outfit of the day" a little while later. Absent mindedly, I took another selfie and fainted again.
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In today’s knowledge economy, organisations face a difficult situation where job insecurity happens due to factors like automation, robotics, and AI where humans are considered as a burden by many organisations. Secondly, the prospect of shrinking profits forces many to make unfortunate decisions.
But remember a few decades back like 30 years before when AI and automation was its nascent stage, technology hasn’t made many positions uncalled for. But step by step the threats emerge where organisations began to view their workforce as cost. It is at this stage; we need to take a digression on identifying causes that precipitated an unhealthy rise in uncivility.
Rising Expenses: Inflation was one of the causes that triggered many revolutions. Prior to inflation and stagflation where rising cost and poor employment opportunities were problems, people lived within their means and the population was manageable. Moreover, many relied on farm income for their sustenance. It was at that stage a large section of people leading contented life when we didn’t see many new products coming at affordable rates and more innovations simply making yesteryear’s products obsolete.
Consumerism: So, while they were enjoying a consumerist economy people began to realise the cost of living was increasing. They aspired for wage rise that resulted in the frequent change of jobs as the competitor was willing to take the experienced talent with good pay hikes. That was the next evolution. Today poor wage rise is a big issue in Australia.
Saturated markets: While industries were going through this phase businesses began to face the stage called saturated markets where more than five players were vying for common subscriber base instead of two that killed the profit of all.
Rat race: Yet, there were top brands that can still pull the strings due to their proximity to the decision-making authority or through their sheer financial power to attract the good talent of their competitors or managing the situations. That does not mean that the competitors were not reacting. They reacted with the same pricing strategies, but how long was the question before them.
Most of the investors began to feel profits are shrinking. But the CEOs continued by dumping the losses on the shareholders or simply continuing with losses and borrowed heavily hoping things will change. A victim of this phase is Nokia a leader in the mobile phone once upon a time losing out to competitors.
Layoffs: The next evolution is the quest of companies to cut costs through layoffs. By that time many executives became redundant as companies could train fresh talent and replace them or promoting juniors to senior’s position.
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It was a time when workers began to feel their positions are vulnerable. At any time one can be fired anytime. There were also scenarios when workers trying to cultivate intimacy with the management by acting as informers or trying to backbite others at the same appearing friendly outwardly. This resulted in the loss of trust among employees and existing staff began to view the newcomers with suspicion. The root cause of uncivility was due to this trust deficit. Jealousy was another factor.
We have explored the root causes. Now let us gather what others say.
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Although we face a host of reasons for workplace uncivility, I feel if we have the right attitude, we can easily handle any untoward scenario. The right attitude is loving your work and be totally committed to it. Secondly, one should make an effort to learn continuously and constantly upgrade skills. In the absence of this, what one often does is resorting to uncivil practices and behave rudely. Send an email to all staff with the promise of a reward for boldly informing who is rude. Buy jute shopping bags wholesaleto reward the right one.
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All will not say they faced rude behaviour. If truth is told, we live in the midst of competition, changes, masks, where insults and rudeness are commonplace. There are really good people who turn rude due to domestic problems. We can also find inherently rude people who cannot change their character. We need to differentiate the right and wrong. In the first category even if they turn uncivil, they will apologise later. On the other hand, in the second category, those who are rude by nature, they continue like that wherever they go.
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Maya Thomson, Senior Digital Officer, BVRLA commented in the views space, she was treated fairly, and her thoughts are heard wherever she worked. She suggests, if the company culture doesn't fit, then one should move on. In one sense, I feel what she told is correct.
Lisa Shearer another participant in the discussion, finds another point. If some expect respect and not get it still, they feel they are entitled to respect. Apropos, I agree with her view. She feels the root cause of rudeness is jealousy. She finds those who are unjustifiably promoted as the villain of the piece.
I have some more to say. There is something called organisational trap. Offices have their set of rules, preamble which the authorities can use to target whom they don’t like. Often the victims will be the ethical talent or those who have extraordinary ideas will pose a threat to the old guards. I felt so, and want to hear from others who have deeper insights.
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