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Unformatted text preview: should compare and contrast the two authority figures. More details on the manager should be made, while some details on the boss should be deleted. REVISED: A manager encourages creativity and treats employees courteously, while a boss discourages staff resourcefulness and views it as a threat. At the hardware store where I work, I got my boss’s approval to develop a system for organizing excess stock in the storeroom. When he saw what I had done, he was furious and insisted that we continue to follow the old slap-dash system. At the old drugstore I used to work at, my manager welcomed my ideas on how to make production better and encouraged me and my co-workers to create more ways of making work an improved environment. My manager didn’t make me scrap my work or go back to his eccentric system....
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- Fall '06
- boss, Candidate, Kerynne Tejada