Being someone’s boss may give you greater clout in the workplace, but it does not make you a better person. People in every industry appear to have a difficult time grasping the concept. If you are sitting at an upper position in a hierarchy, you should be humble towards those who are beneath you because that’s what makes you a good worker. But unfortunately, most of the people, being bosses and managers occur to be a pain in the ass to the workers.
This is another story about someone with bigger shoes thinking they can be a jerk to someone lower on the corporate ladder. Instead of the higher-ups being dismissed or inconvenienced, something positive came out of it. This story may have gone a lot differently if it hadn’t been for this receptionist’s quick thinking. Perhaps this serves as a reminder that the purpose of having a workplace is for everyone to work together as a team to help one another accomplish a better job. Maybe. Work should be a place where individuals can accomplish their jobs, not a place where your boss can bully you to feel strong. Well, the following story shows that you should not be a headache to your workers, and if you realize it soon, you should make it up as did the boss in the following story. Scroll down to see what happened to OP after she was yelled at by her boss.
1. So, here’s how the story starts; the solicitor boss embarrassed the worker (receptionist) thrice.