Good start to the discussion. So my question is this- if an employer and an employee enter into an agreement to provide services, and that agreement is terminated, rightfully, as in today's day and age you can really go for anything- then we have to assume that the decision to terminate at that particular point and time was justified from the point of the employer, without hindsight and knowing everything the employer was privy to and the influences around him (including retarded coaches like WC lottery winner Lippi and Tardelli to name a few- ohh yeah forgot Cuper).
So then the question is - if the termination is enacted, and the employee then "pouts" as you artistically describe, who gets the blame (for the hell of dishing out blame)- is it the employee, who is acting unprofessionally after a business termination, or is it the employer for not acting graciously enough and writing checks left and right?
Of course, I should note that things could work in the opposite direction as well, you know, the employer and the business owner perhaps talking about a certain wife who is too overbearing on her husband. :neutral: In that case, the unprofessionalism lies on the other side of the pond. Of course, I do not want to go anywhere near the idea that they are not acting "classy".