A promotion would be positive work experience. When a person receives a promotion, they feel appreciated, and when someone feels appreciated, they will typically do more than what is expected of them.
Remuneration is the money paid to the user; when this occurs, the person is highly unlikely to become a malicious insider. Encouragement is a very positive way to let someone know that they are doing a good job. Therefore, the person feels valued. A trusted business insider would only turn malicious if they were having a difficult time due to something negative concerning the workplace.
Frustration could be the culprit if there is tension between the user and the other employees, especially if it is ongoing. Conflict in the workplace is never a positive experience unless it fuels productivity. Financial issues could also be a reason that someone turns into a malicious insider.
There are many theories concerning the effect of one’s behavior on his or her personality. The core of nature and man is mostly positive. There are, however, many different beliefs surrounding the upbringing of those who had or have abusive parents. Growing up this way is the road to developing a hard life. It is highly possible that being abused leads to you having severe internal anger, which you may use to take out on other users.
This anger may create some tension, and the person then becomes malicious. Culture and environment may have a positive or negative influence over someone’s mental health. Life experiences also seal the deal in terms of whether you go one way or the other.
Someone with a healthy, positive attitude will most likely not turn malicious over one isolated incident. People who have healthy self- esteem and are mentally stable will also not probably turn out to be malicious.
There are several life experiences that might not turn a trusted user into a malicious insider, these include;
a. Promotion, when a trusted user is being promoted due to their diligence, they would remain faithful and take on more responsibility
b. Remuneration is the money paid to the user; when this is done at the appropriate time, there is no reason for them to become a malicious insider.
c. Encouragement, this is also a good experience that differs from money; it could be in the form of praise by acknowledging a job well done. When an individual feels that their work is valued, they feel compelled to do more.
It has been reported that users whose achievements were noticed and commended have experienced a greater level of joy out of the work they do. Nevertheless, if they feel that their sacrifices are in vain, they wouldn't hesitate to turn into a malicious insider.
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E. Jonathan, Content Team Lead, Degree in Literature, Los Angeles, California
Answered Sep 20, 2020
The promotion would not turn a trusted user into a malicious insider.
• People who are promoted to their job feel appreciated.
• It feels like they have a purpose within the company, and they are recognized for their hard work.
• The other options A, B, and D are all negative situations for the person.
• Stress can make a person resentful of the workplace, and his or her co-workers that are paid more or other workers seem to move up in the company with ease while you are working your digits to the bone, and you do not see any praise or reward.
• At the same time, frustration with co-workers is a big part of the reason why there is often so much tension in the business world.
• It diminishes their work as a team and creates an unhealthy work environment.
• Financial problems are never positive.
• Financial issues can cause extreme stress and anxiety, which is not ideal for the worker’s physical and mental health.
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S. Leo, Content Blogger, Journalism and Content Marketing, Mexico
Answered Sep 07, 2020
The correct answer to this question is Promotion. A trusted business insider would only turn into a malicious user when something negative has happened. It would show the business trusts the user to gain a higher position and take on more responsibility.
This positive will keep the user trusted. Internal conflict with a co-worker could change the insider's outlook on the job. As well as stress, for all jobs have the, but some of the stress is unbearable. Lastly, a financial issue could cause them to become malicious if they are being paid to turn on the job.
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J. Alfie, Content Writer, Masters in Literature, Dallas,Texas
Answered Sep 07, 2020
The correct answer to this question could be Promotion. A promotion is not a negative experience. Instead, it is positive and shows that the employee works hard to be granted that advancement.
However, frustration with a co-worker can turn them into an insider because they may be so fed up with the co-worker. All jobs have stress, but some are more unbearable than others. The last possible answer, financial problems, could also lead the employee to become an insider.
If they are having trouble with money, being paid to become an insider may be lucrative for them to engage in.
O. Miller, Content Optimization Executive, Studied Journalism and Psychology, Austin,Texas
Answered May 10, 2019
Negative life experiences that can happen to someone who is working. If an employee gets his or her promotion after all his or her hard work, he or she will feel great about himself or herself and would not need to be a malicious insider of the company he or she works for.
But if that employee is stressed with the workload, co-workers, and has problems with his or her financial status, he or might be tempted to be an insider of the company he or she is currently working at. This could be one, got pirated by the rival company to continue working and update with their status or two, use what he or she learned from the company to another company that can be benefited from.