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How to deal with a mean boss

来源 作者: 时间:2010-03-08 Tag:boss   relation   点击:

Sadly, into each life at least one mean(不善良的), nasty(令人厌恶的), low-down(下等的), no-good(无赖的) boss must fall. When it’s your turn, you’ll want these survival tips. You will need: cunning(狡猾), suck-up(拍马屁) skills, and some little white lies(无恶意的谎言).

Step 1: Limit contact
Avoid contact with your boss—if you see him down the hall, duck into(躲进) the nearest file room; if you spy him headed toward your cubicle(办公小区域), pick up the phone and pantomime(用身体示意) that you’ll get back to him.
If you and the boss are the same sex, note his bathroom routine—most people have one—so you don’t have to endure awkward stall-to-stall or sink-to-sink encounters(偶遇,碰面).

Step 2: Volunteer for work trips
Maximize your time away from the office—and, therefore, him—by being the first to volunteer when it’s announced that someone needs to check up on operations in Lapland.
Schedule time off so that it never, ever coincides with his time off—that way you’ll get twice the break from him.

Step 3: Perfect your acting skills
When your boss is being a jerk(混帐), remain serene(平心静气的) and polite—even if your head is about to explode. There’s nothing that annoys a bully(威逼之人) more than someone who won’t rise to his taunts(奚落).

Step 4: Make him sound like a slacker
Whenever anyone is looking for him, act as if you’re trying to cover for him. Everyone will assume he’s guilty of something and feel sorry for you. Apologize for his unreliability(不可靠).

Step 5: Keep a paper trail
Keep written proof of everything you do so the boss can’t take credit for your work.

Step 6: Report him
File an anonymous report with Personnel, citing his “unreasonable” computer use for personal business. You won’t even be lying—if he’s like the vast majority of Americans, he wastes over two hours a day on non-work-related nonsense.

Step 7: Suck up to superiors
Make yourself known to your boss’s superiors. Most mean bosses get their due sooner or later, and you want to be in a position to ascend(攀登) the ladder—or at least not be fired.

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