(n) A list of reason(s) for dissatisfaction that does not rely on emotional arguements or personal beliefs. Expressing objective discontent within a business setting establishes a clearly documented non-emotional concern, and (typically) directly points at a recommendation for addressing the concern.
Opposite of Subjective discontent
Jim presented 7 examples that hightlighted his Objective discontent with the team's performance including not scheduling meetings in advance & not providing summarized meeting minutes.
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