. Do you like your “boss” or your immediate head at your office?
February 28, 2011 8:29pm CST
I guess, some of us can say NO to that, because there are bosses who could really be a slave driver when it comes to work. But as for me, I can truly say I really like and love my boss. She’s even younger than me , but she have what it takes to be a boss. She would just instruct me on what I should do and leave me alone to do it. When I am finished and she finds it good, she would compliment me for it. She always have a happy face. Of course, there are some instructions that were not followed exactly as she had instructed , but she would tell me in a jokingly manner that I have some lapses in it. She inspires me to excel in what I am doing. We always laugh at her and my mistake. We work happily in her office. Do you feel that way too to your boss?
2 Mar 11
Him. And what I hate most is that we need to have discussions everyday. And would you believe we have to ask his permission before we go home?! Are we like kindergarten or something? One time we went home without informing him and he got mad and called each one of us. And so I told him, so would you like us to go back? And it put a little sense to him and said okay never mind. Whatever happened to professional judgment? You leave not just because it's 5. You leave because your work for the day is done!
2 Mar 11
In my case I'm reporting to two different bosses both has different, opposite personalities :) Boss 1 (she) - Of course I like her,just like you, my (she) boss have everything what it takes to be a boss. I've worked with her for like 4 years, during that time, I'm directly reporting to her, and I have learned so much from her. Boss 2 (HE) - I definitely don't like him, actually I despised him. He's so arrogant, boastful and he thinks he knows everything. He's so inconsiderate and he only thinks of himself. I couldn't think any positive traits of him.:)
3 Mar 11
Well, we're lucky to have Boss 1. But your Boss 2 is definitely a big braggart. He doesn't want the opinion of others. He thought that being that experienced in his line of work , no one could contribute new ideas. I guess, he feels that way because he knows that should you learn the intricacies of his job, you have the big chance of replacing him!
2 Mar 11
Fortunately for me, I have a boss who treats me as a friend outside of the office. We live normal office lives - agree, disagree, meet in the middle, or argue to our heart's content. She's very meticulous and workaholic so that pushes me as well to meet her expectations. I feel lucky to have a boss like her.
1 Mar 11
I like my boss at my previous job. He always inspires and encourages us to try out new things and to do better in our job. He asks us to do some things that we are afraid to try of but in the we realize that it is for our benefit that he is asking us to do that. We always go out together with my team members, eat together, talk, laugh and we have a lot of fun together. We respect our boss at our job because he earned it not only because he is our boss but he is someone worthy of our respect - our leader.
1 Mar 11
I actually like my boos. I love the place where I work at. The people are great, the atmosphere is friendly. My workplace almost seem like a family. The people working are also very diverse. I have a co-worker who is three years younger than me and I have a co-worker who is 20 years older than me. I like my boos even though he is strict. I think I work better in an environment where people are pushed to be the best they can be. I seen to just slack off when i have a boss who is very lenient.
1 Mar 11
I am working for a very good reputed company, and the people are very friendly, cooperative, cordial, and understanding. The boss of the Department I am working in is also a very qualified person, leading the people and the projects very professionally. We all like him and respect him.