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T.H.o.R (The Hero of Rockaway) Behind The Scenes 41: About The Work Place Villain…

Ha-Mel was a character that illustrated how a person will sometimes take credit
for the achievements of others, without actually doing anything themselves.

He sits back as his teammates do all the work, waiting for his opportunity
to swoop in and take all the glory. I’m sure many of us have experienced that type of
  “Work Place Villain”, at our jobs. Whether it’s your supervisor, co-worker, or co-worker/drinking buddy of your supervisor.

If you know any other types, feel free to list them here.
In the meantime, for all the people out there
who have their own Ha-Mel to deal with…

…this was for you.

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T.H.o.R CRIME Episode 41 by Fred Haynes

Do we still need T.H.o.R (The Hero of Rockaway)?
E-mail us and let us know.
Share his story on Facebook.

Change reality.

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~ by underworldstudios on October 25, 2016.

2 Responses to “T.H.o.R (The Hero of Rockaway) Behind The Scenes 41: About The Work Place Villain…”

  1. Well being at a company that just ripped out the heart and soul of our department by letting go of a great boss, I can understand the sentiment. The company is my Ha-Mel. They took for granted all the good work he did and took the credit for themselves and then unceremoniously dumped him. Sometimes the Ha-Mel isn’t always a person. Sometimes it’s collection of egos that don’t give a darn about anyone.

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