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July 24, 2020 in General Discussion
In all of my years working, I think the thing that sticks with me most is that I have learned incredible amounts from my least favorite bosses. Those bosses and my relationships with them showed me that talking less and just observing was the best avenue to success. I witnessed how they worked and banked information on what not to do and I am certain it made me a better boss for the employees I have come to have.
This article under the business section hits the nail on the head about the workplace and things that matter most in a work environment
Always help in the trenches! I've never felt too good to help the lowest employees on the totem pole do whatever work they are doing!
Totally agree! I was a GM at a restaurant and I used to help wash dishes when we were really busy on holidays!
Always be the dead end of rumors. If you hear them, just stop it there. Not getting involved and going to work a paycheck is the best advice I have. Being an employee no one has a reason to speak ill of is a blessing and rarity.
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