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By unemployed - / Saturday 20 April 2013 00:16 / El Salvador
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He isn't fit to be a boss, if he can't take responsibility for his own failures, he's going to get fired sooner or later.

I'm sorry OP. If they sign your payroll, you are basically their bitch it seems. I hope you find work soon.

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I'm sorry OP. If they sign your payroll, you are basically their bitch it seems. I hope you find work soon.

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If he's your ex boss it just proves shit floats. Try not to worry bout it too much. I'm sure there is a job where you'll find more respect.

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#26- Two weeks notice isn't necessary, people are allowed to quit on the spot. However, it looks bad for any future employment opportunities.

He isn't fit to be a boss, if he can't take responsibility for his own failures, he's going to get fired sooner or later.

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#4, aw, that's so cute! Throwing flunkeys under the bus is what they teach you in business school.

By  oj101

You'll find that most bosses all have one skill in common. They can bluff, and make themselves look good regardless of merit at the expense of someone else. Unfortunately, if you want to climb up the corporate ladder, chances are that you'll have to do the same. Play against your boss at his own game discreetly.

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How? He got fired. If they believe the losses are his fault they won't re-hire him meaning he has no chance.

Like a BAWS! That's what it takes to be successful in business -- take the credit when good things happen and blame your subordinates for the failures. If this seems "wrong" or "unethical" to you, you'll always be a bottom-level cube monkey . . . like me.

I doubt it'll provide any solace but if he's going to act like a coward like that, sooner or later his tactics won't work and he'll get fired. He won't prosper. Good luck OP, hang in there!

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