A new Monster.com survey shows that 8-in-10 employees report crying on the job — 45 percent of those because of something a boss or colleague did. Is weeping at work a logical consequence of a capitalist system that promotes profits over people? Is this just a natural part of having large numbers of women in the workplace, and does this emotional sensitivity provide some crucial benefits to employers? Bill Whittle explains how to cope with a jerk at work, and how to realize if you’re that jerk. He speaks from experience after working for years with genius-jerk Jack Horkheimer, the famed PBS Star Gazer.