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Surviving the trauma of a truly terrible boss: A video special

Inefficient supervisors are one thing, abusive bosses are quite another. If you’re routinely humiliated at work, then you should watch our inaugural video below. Mark Sparrow, vice president, professional and technical, Asia Pacific, Kelly Services, gives some sound advice on how to deal effectively with a bad boss.

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  1. The best way to deal with an abusive boss is to get confrontational and make a scene with the higher ups, yes you might lose your job but so can he/she. Usually if the bugger is an abusive boss, there is already a record so a sound management would always do some clever posting for you and you can get a year time to plan your posting or find your backer.

    Surviving banking is as easy as dealing with animals, you dont need an MBA or CFA for that. in fact most boss got to where they are by having a few good backers.

  2. But what do you do when your boss is the head of the place you work at? My boss screams all the time and everything that comes out of his mouth is f this f that. This man cannot talk about anything without injecting a swear fest. Just thinking about it now makes my stomach turn. I call it harassment, it never changes. I am starting now to take note on when he goes off and what he says just in case I have to quit. Everyone is afraid of him but I personally think he will get what is coming to him in the end. I am totally stressed and I actually go the other way when he comes in the store. I don’t need it.

  3. Oh yes and thank you for letting me vent..

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