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By anonymous / Thursday 29 March 2012 15:42 / United States - Houston
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By  perdix  |  29

You expect that you and your boss are supposed to be held to the same standard? You're not going to get very far in business. It's double-standards like this that make low-level cube monkeys aspire to become bosses.

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  MrBoredGuy  |  1

One time in afghanistan my CO made me Burn everyones poop because he caught me talking to a scorpion, but he probably talked to scorpions too

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  SirCharles83  |  13

When you are the boss, you can do what you chose. You are to be judged only by your superiors. What your boss does is not your business, and not for you to criticize. Maybe if you spend more time worrying about your task at hand than your bosses actions, you too could be the boss someday. But keep bitching, moaning, and being negative and you will always be in entry level positions.

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  MrBoredGuy  |  1

I'm a Marine and when I was over there we had to shit in buckets and then burn it with diesel fuel and my commanding officer hated me sorry that my comment offended you all

By  SpicyDuck  |  22

Monkey see monkey do?

By  perdix  |  29

You expect that you and your boss are supposed to be held to the same standard? You're not going to get very far in business. It's double-standards like this that make low-level cube monkeys aspire to become bosses.

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  perdix  |  29

#33, bosses don't steal Eggos -- they re-purpose them with value-added synergy to maximize return-on-investment, delight the customer, conform to the company's Green initiative and improve safety. That's how you steal egos -- like a BAWS!

By  GoldenGrizzly  |  7

She is the boss, which means unless she is sexually abusing or harrassing you then she is technically not doing anything wrong. People make friends in their work, while it is unfair it happens. Your boss favors one worker over another and you are going to just have to learn to deal with it unless you want to stir up the water. If you feel passionate about it then talk to her about how you feel her behavior is unfair, but be aware that she might not take that criticism well. If you can deal with her 'lectures' then just do what you are paid to do. While it is not fair what she did, she is the one in authority and you do not have a real say in how she conducts herself as long as she gets her work done.

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

Not true. Some bosses pitch in and help their team do the work. Also, managing a team of people, some of which are primadonnas and others which are whiny children, can be hard work by itself.

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  auzz1_pride  |  9

Thats the word 54 "some" do help out. My younger brother had a part time job at a fast food restaurant and all the boss did was sit on his fat as and eat. So one day I went in and confronted him to find out he looked 5 times larger then me. So you are right some do help but most are fat lazy shit faces that have reached their peak in life.

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  downtime  |  12

8, Doing something legally wrong and doing something wrong are two different things. Shes clearly doing something wrong, because she is engaging in activity that she believes to be counter-productive and therefore inefficient. Just because she can get away with it doesn't make it right or a good idea by any stretch of the imagination.. She is a dumb shit, with unrealistic expectations of her employees. Her very actions are building feelings of resentment which may or may not reflect in the work this individual does - or whether they seek employment elsewhere - which may affect the company. I'd say that's doing something wrong.

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