How to Handle Overbearing Managers


It should be of no surprise that many supervisors and managers have NO business being managers!  No matter how long they have worked there or to whom they are related!  This situation is nothing new.  In fact, this problem has existed decades – even centuries.  When your company or organization has been fortunate to find and hire productive and effective employees, don’t let an irritable/moody, intimating, even demeaning manager cause a hard-working, intelligent, and capable new employee to become frustrated and discouraged to the point of quitting the job.  Someone MUST stand up for those mistreated employees and firmly release that over-bearing, condescending manager of his/her position. All employees should be respectful of each other.

It is much too common for these controlling, belittling supervisors to pressure good, conscientious and capable employees into quitting their jobs.  This HAS TO STOP!!!  Surely, someone in the ranks has documented this poor behavior in order to appropriately lodge such a complaint.  It can’t go on!

Upper Management, have you not attained enough data to process such a behavior problem?  Why should such an unfair supervisor be allowed to stay in a possibly favorable position, yet the tormented employee believes he/she has no choice but to leave a job they like and want to keep?  No matter what politics are in your office, this unfair and despicable behavior MUST end!!!  Don’t let another “good employee” face this type of treatment.

Surely, you know of such people in your organization.  It is time to help those being badgered and require thosepower-hungry supervisors to “take their leave”!!!  We have all experienced an overbearing supervisor at some point in our careers.  It is past time to address these tyrants and bring a halt to their poor behavior.  Employers, show those “good employees” they ARE appreciated!!!  Stand up for your mistreated employees!!!

Employers, it’s time to do the RIGHT thing!!!

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