Everyday is far, far more emotional that it should have to be. There is some sort of instability that comes with each of them, and if you don't suck up like crazy you're going to be the first one to get a talking to when something goes wrong.
They operate purely on emotion, and I guess the upper management (pure females) is aware of this and is willing to forgive massive errors at a time. Like, we'll have entire project that crash and burn, and everyone knew that would happen from a mile away and months before it even met it's miserable fate.
How can companies possibly stand to lose so much productivity? I feel like this is a reason the economy is struggling. These jobs are supposed to be turning out value via goods and services, and anything that gets released looks cobbled together and is a far inferior version of anything else on the market like it. These women are single handedly responsible for hindered communication and thus a breakdown of what's needed to get the job done right. Needless to say, this company gets a massive amount of government funding.
How can the economy/companies afford to take such large losses in productivity?