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A Boss is a Boss, is n’t it? Nevertheless, not all the boss are of the one in this attachment!
From India, Hyderabad
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It was really a nice one and a fact. All employees no matter what position they are, are treated in this manner generally. Coz it is a well accepted fact" The Boss is always Right..."
Also, the last law(Lampner's law) was very nice.. Keep posting..

From India, Pune

there are only 2 golden rules in professional life:-

1) boss is always right.

2) if you fond that you’re boss is wrong then slap on your face and see rule number one.


pankaj chandan :-d:-d:-d:-d

From India, New delhi
A very good note.... articulated perfectly.. I think it is very much understood...... But i wonder whos is the girl in the file??????:unsure::icon2::blink:
From India, Hyderabad

Boss is here also.!!!
From India, New Delhi
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Boss is Boss dear, always follow, as without them we cant move ahead in life. & of course ever saying truth "boss is always right"
From India, Gurgaon
Pls give the suggestion for followings
A Company

a b c d e f

I am working with unit of company b and Company are having 6 units i.e. a,b,c,d,e,f, then company is demerged from A to new name of company B are having 3 units i.e. a,b,c, and C company are having 3 units d,e,f.

After demerger some employees are working with B company unit b and transfer to C company.

Pls give the suggestion employee are give the resignation or internal transfer letter.
Pls note transferred employee total service 15 years.

Your reply are awaiting

My email address is

From India, Mumbai

Dear Good Post, But, Anju mentioned, experience teaches alot. Working for 5 years on own is equal to working 1 year under experience person. What do you say? Regards, Shiv
From India, Bangalore

thanx Padmaja..I did not hear from you for a quite long time, do send mails. .... Keep posting P R Kumar
From India, Visakhapatnam
S Bosamia

This made me laugh a lot.
There is majaor difference the way we asians respond to boss,emotinally and sentimentally then westerners, the cultural differences has shaped our history...
As knowledgebased learning society takes over, the merit, will eventually prevail
By the way, has any one ever appreciated a married men? Ask the boss !!
S Bosamia

From India, Pune
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