#WorstBossIn5Words Trending on Twitter
March 5, 2015
— @midnight (@midnight) March 5, 2015
The Comedy Central show @Midnight is interactive with Twitter followers and encourages funny responses to a particular hashtag and last night’s (and still trending today): #WorstBossIn5Words. Needless to say that’s certainly in this site’s wheelhouse; and, it highlights that workplace abuse is real:
This one had over 7,000 hits in under an hour when posted this morning-guess I’m not the only one who experienced inconsistent & contradictory language to action coupled with a lovely verbal outburst from their manager.
Takes credit and quick to place blame
This site views the government as a business and written about Chris Christie who should be voted out of office for taking pages right out of The Sociopathic Business Model™ and it looks like Andrew Dobrow has a similar thought.
And as is often mentioned on this site, this type of behavior is rampant in startups:
@MelaynaLokosky Wow – this nails a terrible start up company I worked for to a “T.” Led by a narcissist. Thanks for posting…
— Tara Meyer-Robson (@tarameyerrobson) March 5, 2015
Does not recognize the rights of others
Creates an unhappy and unproductive work environment:
No vacation requests in November. #WorstBossIn5Words
— QDMA (@TheQDMA) March 5, 2015
Head over to Twitter under #WorstBossIn5Words to read more or feel free to add your own below! For once the most neauseating overused and misused phrase “this really is a conversation we should be having” is actually applicable. Thanks @Midnight!