Some people seem to understand management and authority at work wrong.
Being in a superior position to someone at work doesn’t mean that you have the right to control the person life and look down on him.
Can a boss be a boss without having to remind people working for him of that every single minute?
Why do some people rationalizing their managerial bad attitude to be the right one as of claiming that being rude to employers reporting to them is a way to keep them doing their job right?
Can’t they realize that a person who isn’t comfortable in dealing with his superior would hate what he is doing and therefore can’t innovate or even produce well in what he is doing?
or is it a psychological problem for some who like to bring it out on other people but can only do so throught their position at work?
My friend has been struggling with her boss for months now. The rude boss is trying to make sure to make her life as hell at work. She is determined to drive my friend off her work.
Fortunatly my boss is so nice. He doesn’t seem to have this complex of “I am the manager” disorder. He does his job excellently managing us with love and respect rather than of rudeness and high voice.
A boss can be a good leader and manage to make a success of every member of his team, or he can be a jerk who makes everyone hates him and the work they do in order to satisfy his undeveloped ego!