September 2, 2010 12:12pm CST
Just wondering what would you do if this thing happen to you.. Well, a friend of mine made mistakes that was not fully her mistakes at work. But her Manager just didn't want to know and keep on blaming her. Though, she had settle all the things up. The manager finally said something like, "Even you sold yourself, you would not be able to tackle this." Do you think those words are rude? Do you think that it hurt someone's pride deeply? Will you keep on working on that company if you are said by your manager that way? I think it is terribly rude and so uneducated. What do you think?
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3 Sep 10
Yes, I think that saying is very rude. A manager does not deserve to say like that. If I do, I will not be out of work, I will prove my performance. The mistake that I do, I'll make my lessons so as not to repeat. I consider the words of the manager as a temptation that should I skip.
3 Sep 10
He really is uneducated. I wonder why he the manager of that company. I also hate it when my boss becomes a monster. I was really disappointed at my boss today and I talked to him about it and I really wanted him to know that he was wrong for blaming about something that happened in the company.
3 Sep 10
Yes, it hurts someone's pride. Everyone has his own pride. I think her boss should be lucky cos the one he hurt with his uneducated words was my friend. If it was others I don't know what he would get. I think parents whose kid was scold that way, would feel a lot angrier than anyone else. Though it is hard to find job, I don't think it is right to scold someone that way. And one more thing, as long as you have skills, you will be able to apply for a new job. I do get emotional about this hurting pride case.. :(