If your boss yells at you for something that wasnt your fault, what would u do ?

November 15, 2006 12:42pm CST
I would yell him back lol!
2 people like this
15 responses
@Vulcanik (944)
• Netherlands
25 Nov 06
Yes that is the way it should be!
1 person likes this
25 Nov 06
Thanks Vulcanik for your comment!
1 person likes this
@koikoikoi (1247)
• United States
25 Nov 06
Yell back at him saying it is not my fault. Then in a calm voice say, I has nothing to do with it.
1 person likes this
25 Nov 06
Hum ... that would be what i would do also... to be honest... i did already ... we did argue abt things. It wasnt nice to be honest... but with good communication we did solve it in a nice way.
1 person likes this
@LadyCroft (704)
• Australia
25 Nov 06
I wouldnt disrespect the person who pays my wages.. I would find out WHO did it and set them all straight as calmly and as possible.
1 person likes this
25 Nov 06
Thanks for your reply
1 person likes this
@wathanjim (2214)
• United States
25 Nov 06
Calmly say it wasnt My fault get the facts strait next time.
1 person likes this
25 Nov 06
And what would happen if he or she didnt listen to you anyways...? Well this never happened to me but i have nice bosses (well we did argued over silly things but nothing that bad)... i guess i would drive nuts,f something like that happened to me,it did happened to one friend of mine.lol I guess i cant complain much abt my present bosses!
1 person likes this
@chanfrado (1160)
• Portugal
5 Jan 07
I would try to explain to him that it was not my fault.
20 Nov 07
Haa... some bosses are just stuppid...lolol
@ssh123 (31086)
• India
8 Dec 06
bear - Photographed at Mysore
I will wait for a while, when there is chance to meet him and discuss with him, I will explain that it is not my fault and I will also give him tips how to prevent such mistakes in future.
10 Dec 06
Thanks for your comment :)
@dalejr38 (2421)
• United States
30 Nov 06
yell back
7 Dec 06
I also agree with ya :)
@Desdemona (1305)
• Canada
25 Nov 06
I would walk away and regain my composer. Than I would ask my boss if he had time to discuss this issue. If he refuses, than I would ask him again at a later time.
26 Nov 06
And if that still doesnt work? What would u do ?
• United States
25 Nov 06
I would just look at him, and make himself look like a jackass.
25 Nov 06
Thanks for your comment!
@myte003 (179)
• United States
25 Nov 06
i have had many bosses that have yelled at me for just about anythng you can think of, they made up stories as if they are pathological liars...i left them just like many others have and now we are free from them all of us and know whom the liars are and where they are stuck!
25 Nov 06
Very true, i had a friend that was working in construtions and well he was the only black guy there and his boss told him to go work in the rain while the others were laugthing.And he worked all day in the rain. He got home all mad and sad. He went out to meet his friends and he spoke to us (friends)crying, saying that he needed that job, cause he had alot of bills to pay. What to do in this kind of situations? After it he got sick, went to the hospital with a pneumonia. Lost his job. And now fortunally he has a new job and he is having some sucess on it. Took his driving license and already bougth a car. His last bosses.... went to bankrupcy, and he last boss is looking for a job now... lol how the world turns!
• United States
25 Nov 06
I would yell back too.
25 Nov 06
hehehe i would too :)lol.After all we are all humans!
@rracers89 (3246)
• United States
25 Nov 06
i dlet him know the fact that is was not my fault
26 Nov 06
Thanks for your comment :)
@harish4u (1393)
• India
30 Nov 06
if it wasnt my fault i protest for my rules
@limcyjain (3519)
• India
25 Nov 06
depends i fi have a job in hand i quit. Otherwise wait for the right time to move out of such organisation.
• United States
25 Nov 06
Good for you! I'm a bit of a shy person so I don't think I'd have the guts to yell at them back. Points to you though for having some balls. (Figuratively (sp?) speaking)