I work for a large corporation and if anyone else does, then they might understand what I am saying ...
In the Simpson series, there was an episode where Bart and Lisa are taken away from Homer and Marge and put into foster care with Ned. Ned is so perfect, it drives Homer nuts. So when the kids return, he begs Bart for the dirt on Ned. Bart has nothing major, but he mentions that there were old paint cans in the garage and Homer starts laughing (like he found the imperfection) and calls him "old painty can Ned!" Basically, even with a guy doing such a darn doogly good job, there is something they can point out to say "look, you need improvement!"
... well at my work, I work in the companies highest volume in sales location, I work on the highest volume in sales team in that location, and I am the highest volume in sales salesperson on that team. We have the highest customer services scores, and the least amount of canceled sales and complaints. Wonder what that gets you in a corporation? You are pointed out for how you dressed, or how you combed your hair or even how you parked your car. While other locations, teams and salespeople are being counciled for not even doing their jobs in the basics. They find some old rusty paint cans to show, your just not good enough!
Crazy, isn't it! Ever worked for a corporation like this?