Reply to Message
You are absolutely correct. It goes way beyond your example of the AP clerk. It includes any task where "production" is critical to a company's well being. What ever happened to the concept of giving an employer 100% of yourself "while on the clock?" It seems that catering to younger employees to make the workplace "fun" is becoming more and more common. As long as the "rules of engagement" are made perfectly clear (in which employers are very often guilty of being untruthful) during the interviewing process, the prospective employee can decide whether or not to work there.