Re: Working for a liar

Subject: Re: Working for a liar
From: Scottie Lover <iluvscotties -at- mindspring -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 17:28:19 -0500

One thing I should have added to my inquiry (which is repeated below):
Each of the two liars flatly refused to sign or initial anything, and
forbid employees from circulating memoranda.

I'm still worried about getting another boss like that, who gives
directions I *KNOW* are wrong, flatly refuses to even listen to why they're
not feasible, and also refuses to either confirm anything in writing or to
allow memoranda to be sent -- and then denies have given the poor
instructions, insisting that he'd asked for the opposite to be done.

(The only viable option would be that of a hidden tape recorder -- but that
would make me appear untrustworthy, and a dishonest boss would find some
way t fire me before I could do it again.)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

>Any suggestions about what to do when working for a liar? Over the years,
>I've had incredibly perfect bosses (several of whom are still very close
>friends). However, I had two who were congenital liars. They would tell
>you to do something (blatantly ignoring your explanations about why that
>wasn't prudent), and then deny having said that, and blamed you when
>something went wrong. I was not the only person involved in this
>situation, and we were all miserably unhappy and left.
>
>I'm a very hard worker, and always give 1000% and work well with my
>colleagues. However, I don't know how to handle liars. Can anyone offer
>any suggestions?





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