Rikaart's portrayal of the role was only slated to be short term, however, the character's popularity resulted in the actor being placed on contract.
Introduced as an internet predator, the character later developed into a "good person", keeping away from criminal activity.
When employees perceive unfairness, they are more likely to have negative attitudes and engage in workplace behaviors that can be detrimental to the organization. Specifically, it has focused on how people assess the fairness of the procedure, treatment, information, and outcomes in relation to a particular event (e.g., performance appraisal).
Smith, the character made his debut during the episode airing on July 11, 2003.For example, employees who view their supervisor as fair may see the supervisor as a representative for the organization, and therefore, a major factor in determining the fairness of the organization.However, employees also base their fairness perceptions on information gathered from other coworkers. But he's had a moment to reflect and say, 'Wait a second, is that it?' I think it seems kind of complacent and boring to him, and again, it's fighting the urges of his past versus what he knows is the right thing to do.