By Sonia Simone
A certain business guru has written a book about how to terrorize your employees. He's promoting it with glee, chortling about the idiocy of "nice" bosses and the importance of bullying employees into following your orders without question.
I've worked for some variation on this guy a couple of times. Any effort at conversation about alternatives is seen as naivete or, worst of all sins, wimpiness. What these guys did before Tim Allen invented that annoying whuffing caveman sound, I don't know.
(Not that they're always guys. This is an equal opportunity for stupidity.)
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