There have been lots of discussion regarding horrible bosses of every kind. Bosses who sabotage, backstab, backbite, and make employees' lives utter hell on earth! However, there are employees are not exactly........ideal! Those of you who are in management and executive positions, NOW IT IS YOUR TURN, describe your worst employee!
by Stacie L 9 years ago
November 18, 2013 | Wal-Mart doesn’t pay its employees enough of a wage so that they can afford to buy quality food for Thanksgiving. So one store in Cleveland had a novel idea: launch a food drive for its own employees. It’s targeted at the low-wage workers who could afford to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
What would you say to a recently terminated/fired employee? What is the MAIN ADVICE you would giveto him/her? Be factual in your response.
by Bellamie 11 years ago
Washington state is an "AT WILL" state and most employers are under the assumption that they don't have to have a reason to fire an employee. One employer actually told me that he could fire a person because he didn't like the patch on her shirt! Because I was not at all...
by emievil 12 years ago
If you're the boss and you had a shouting match with your employee wherein you saw that she no longer has any respect for you as her boss. Later on she tenders her resignation then she wants to revoke it (and apologizes also, by the way) but you already accepted her resignation, would you revoke...
by mpchekuri 13 years ago
Retaining worthy employees in an organization is becoming more complicated day by day.
by agoins 8 years ago
Is It fair for bosses to threaten your job to get better results?
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