When working at Kimberly-Clark

Armed with personalized goals for employees and large quantities of data, Kimberly-Clark said it expects employees to keep improving—or else. “People can’t duck and hide in the same way they could in the past,” said Mr. Boston, who oversees talent management globally for the firm.

 (from the Wall Street Journal)
When working at Kimberly-Clark
the atmosphere is rather stark.
To sit on your laurels
invites many quarrels,
or bites from a management shark. 

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