1. Rule 1. - The Boss is always right.
2. Rule 2. - If the Boss is wrong, see rule 1.
Well, this depends on the Boss.
- If you have one which is more dictatorial, than it might be right.
- If you have one which is open minded and polite, than it is wrong.
However, I would have the rules adjusted to:
1. The Boss has the final right to decide what happens.
2. If the Boss is wrong, blame him for the bad decisions made by him using Rule 1.
nearly a question, need some comment either right or wrong...
anybody can share their thought bout their employer..
This sounds exactly like the rules in my workplace...only, I am my boss, and I have no employees aside from myself. In any other workplace (aside from maybe military establishments where the boss has to be followed without hesitation) I think it's a pretty counter-productive way to go about things. The boss is there to coordinate what needs to be done, hand out tasks to the people best-suited to do them, and act as a resource if any additional information is needed. Most good bosses acknowledge that the people who work under them have a different perspective on the job at hand, and may have some very useful insight into how things can be done differently/better. True, the boss should always have the final say in what's actually done -- that's why s/he is the boss -- but it should be based on decisions made using a combination of the boss's experience and the workers' input. If that kind of information-sharing isn't going on, it only hurts the company as a whole and prevents the kind of dynamic work environment that keeps people moving forward with increasing efficiency and innovation.
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