Friday, July 12, 2013

Should a person wearing Uniforms take the Reserved Seats?

Recently, I saw a person wearing the uniform of a popular fast food restaurant here taking the reserved seat of a train while there were many people who require the seat more standing around him. To his “credit” the person was sleeping or was seen sleeping. Though it is this person’s personal code of conduct which was subject to public scrutiny, I could not help but associate the person’s behaviour with his organization. Somehow I did not have a good impression of the organization by looking at the organization’s employees taking on that coveted reserved seat. It did not quite bode well for the organization. Though if the person did not wear his uniform, he was not less culpable for his action, humans tend to associate a perpetuator of non-social acts with the things that they could associate him to.

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