When a business makes a ‘war’ between the employees and the manager or upper staff, one can expect the standard ‘unwork’, absences and ‘don’t care attitude.’
When a worker feels aggrieved s/he unworks. This is not simply not working, this is deliberately doing actions anti the business.
For example, the file clerk who misfiles, the typist who places urgent items on the bottom of the stack, the shelf packer who blocks the aisles or stacks items incorrectly, are examples of unworking.
The employee who arrives on time, then spends fifteen minutes in the bathroom, thirty minutes setting up, or knocks over a stack so can spend time repacking, are unworking.
Unworking occurs when the employees feel abused.