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Subject:Bad Bosses List From:"Michael C. Johnson" <"mikey -at- wasatch -dot- com"@MAIL.WASATCH.COM> Date:Sat, 3 May 1997 11:57:04 -0700
While access to current, accurate "bad company" information would
certainly be valuable (especially to contractors), I think we ought to
go to the heart of the problem and figure out a way to make information
on bad bosses and bad managers available.
A "bad" company can go to a good one practically overnight when the
right manager leaves. I've seen it happen.