Friday, June 09, 2006

Ever shouted at your boss?

Have you ever shouted at your boss who, you think, is ethically, intellectually and educationally below your status? In this blog you can come across some anarchists and non-careerists who think that in all organizations bosses are from the same mould and should be shouted at by their subordinates. It goes without saying that the battle is always won by the bosses; the employee finally gets a Warning and/or a Termination notice, that’s for sure.

Isn’t this a big joke? Just read through a warning letter, termination notice or a resignation letter, you will come to know about the real status of incidents. Finally, you come to a conclusion that bosses are not only to be shouted at but also are to be treated in ‘proper’ ways. Higher authorities cannot be passive spectators here. They have to be on one side or the other. But the employee doesn’t have to worry about it. Higher authorities will justify none other than your boss who is always their ‘chamcha’.

No trade unionism, no proletarian struggle; these are some of ‘boss-subordinate encounter’ sagas which the companies want to hide. Companies hide these stories because in most of the cases they are badly hit by the fury (legitimate or illegitimate) of the fired employee. Who is bothered about right or wrong! Let’s watch some good fights where the weak and the unarmed hits the strong with ‘nothing to lose’ kind of vigor.

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