Our company is set up in a ranked structure. There is someone I know, when we are told to go to the back of a company or something, us senior ranked (but not too senior) employees would do what we are told and move to the back, but there is this one person who just will not do it.
Instead, he is always out at the front supervising like he is higher than he really is, when he is the same rank as us and same position as us. The higher ups don't care about it, but they won't do anything about it and he is free to just stand there while the rest of us get growled at.
No one gave him any special privileges or a specific allocation to any job in particular. He is in fact an equal to us, but thinks he is higher.
How to tell them without getting yelled at that they are not as high as they think they are, and they should do what everyone else is doing?