Let our brain work.
In a bad workplace, people are often judgmental.
They judge things as right or wrong with inadequate information. Most of the time, that’s simply because it’s easy to do so. They also love stereotyping. That’s how people avoid any kind of trouble in such an environment—cutting corners is often the best way for them to keep them safe.
Similarly, our brain loves oversimplifying things. That’s how our brain saves energy, but we often have to interrupt it—because labeling and oversimplification can make us dull.
Let our brain work keep working with sufficient information. That’s the only way to avoid a real trouble—stupidity.