Bestworstboss

Bestworstboss - The worst boss I ever had were actually the...

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The worst boss I ever had were actually the owners of the establishment here in Georgia. I worked at a bar that was originally owned and operated by another couple. When the bar was sold all the employees thought this was going to be a good change for everyone but it was not. The new owners started off acting and doing as they should when properly running a business. Their true colors did not take long to shine through though. They were definitely alcoholics; therefore, they drank on the job at almost all times when in the building. When they drank they would fight with each other showing their marital problems in turn losing respect quickly from their employees. If they were drinking the rules would often change depending on their state of mind. You never knew if it was going to be a good day or bad day when walking in to the bar. They could be very nice while drinking, but could also be very mean and nasty while drinking. The male owner would turn into a mean drunk more so than his wife. They would guarantee you a set amount of shifts, but then would take away your shifts for themselves. After taking the shift because they supposedly needed extra money or needed to cut down on their payroll they would then call in for the shift they took from an employee originally. They were not dependable or reliable. Their employees would soon pick up on their
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This note was uploaded on 06/30/2011 for the course MGT 4160 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at Kennesaw.

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