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4-06-2009 @ 2:22PM
I'm not sure i agree, 'the general consensus' could be one or two guys fleeting impressions. (It could be). When there is behavioral issues like the i'd rather come to the guy and say 'you were very lewd in the raid last night and it made alot of people unconfortable, can you tone it down?'. Maybe that is somewhat vague, but better than saying 'you are not really fitting in with the raid group as evidenced by last night's behavior'. I get alot of the he said/she said type problems, where you have no idea who is telling the truth. I just tell the people that they need to act like adults, and we hold officers to a higher standard than normal people, and they are on notice. Do it again and you are out. Which really sucks if you are the victim of some abuse, but without any proof it gets hard. We've had people come and bring proof in the way of screenshots, but then we don't know what the other party did, or what happened to bring it on. We've had people say 'person X was being lewd to me' and then gquit. Well, not much we can do about that, with no evidence and the problem being resolved, irregardless (yet of course we note the alleged provocateur). Anyway, we have alot of these problems, perhaps due to the fact that we are an advertised adult only guild (which doesn't mean we are R rated, we just don't accept people under 18 yrs old). And it's not like people over 18 are going to act like adults all the time anyway. Not really sure if there are good solutions for this type of personnel management.
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