extreme_one If giffgaff allow negative reactions I'll eat my hat.
Well, you never know, stranger things have happened.
The thing is that while the immediate reaction to the suggestion is usually negative, negative reactions could be an extremely powerful tool in many ways.
All we have to do when the discussion starts is make a solid case and ensure that we deal with any perceived adverse side effects; ensuring that they are anonymised for example.
endorphin But anonymising who gave
kudos reactions won't stop that behaviour. In fact it would make it easier to do as no-one could spot any patterns apart from staffers presumably.
As long as staff and more importantly, automated systems such as those that award payback can identify this behaviour then that should do it and it might do something to reduce the tit for tat expectation; if you give me one, I'll give you one!😉