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    A hint of truth in this boss's email?

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    The employees should already have been aware of this and it not need an email (it was funny though).


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    Boss is still too nice. Kick them out - Now!

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    I've met quite a few managers like that

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    “5 or 6 of you are REALLY GETTING ON MY TITS on this site - you are a cost, you are demanding and exhausting”
    I could say that to some of the posters on this site. But then
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    might end up calling me an insecure sociopath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    I could say that to some of the posters on this site. But then
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    might end up calling me an insecure sociopath.
    You've been called worse . "Drunken pom" springs to mind.

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    I've seen/been worse in my short but diverse experience. I've had juniors shiver just upon my descending from the floor above and getting the chair next to them. I could never fathom their reaction/over-reaction and mind you I never raised my voice during meetings and all. Anyways, it was back then , about 8 years ago, but now the tables have turned as been regularly visiting psychiatrists for months now. The point is, no matter how hitlerish you could ever be, subconsciously or otherwise, time will definitely get the better off ya.


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    Sounds like a pretty typical communication for a sales-oriented organisation - some of the staff are clearly a bit sensitive or feel like they have been wronged in some way (probably the ones without "money on the board").

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    Quote Originally Posted by answerer:
    Sounds like a pretty typical communication for a sales-oriented organisation - some of the staff are clearly a bit sensitive or feel like they have been wronged in some way (probably the ones without "money on the board").

    Put that coffee down! Coffee's for closers only.


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    Aussie's say the darndest things

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