Hopefully, you’re not a half-as$, but maybe you work with someone who is.
Which creates challenges even having one half-as$ worker on a full-as$ team.
4 full-as$ workers and 1 half-as$ worker drops the full-as$ workers momentum down more than a half-as$.
As the full-as$es often spend more time stressing about the half as$, potentially causing their own work to become half-as$.
And sometimes half-as$ing becomes contagious.
Before you know it, everyone becomes a half-as$.
Or if you’re working (have worked) for a half-as$ manager, is it fair to expect a full-as$ team contribution?
Maybe the best solution is to keep all the half-as$ workers and managers together hoping to make 1 full-as$ team.
Be fortunate and proud if you and your team bring their full-as$ to work everyday, as I think many full-as$es have to deal with this type of half-as$ situation.