||Nov 10, 2010
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Everyone Has A Boss / The Employee Survival Guide
When our parents told us to get a job, they didn't tell us how to be an employee. No one did.
Everyone Has A Boss teaches the American work ethic to those who don't know it.
Amazon sells out pretty often, so you can also buy it on the EHAB website.
Use link above, (Everyone Has A Boss/The Employee Survival Guide)
It's also available on KINDLE, at only $2.99.
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In our first week of what can best be
described as the-worst-possible-joborientation-ever, we were told how to dress, walk, talk, eat, and even how to sleep.
The penalties for violations were severe; we were usually bent.
Being bent meant punishment through
Not 20 push-ups like you see in the movies, but push-ups until the muscles in our arms stopped working and reached the involuntary spasm stage.
Once the quivering, jelly-arm, face down in
a pool of sweat threshold was crossed, the
Then push-ups again; then sit-ups.
The entire time the DI (Drill Instructor)
would whisper pet names with his red-faced,
outside voice. This learnin’ went on for 20 minutes - or until we vomited.
Physical abuse was an effective teaching
tool and I realized the lesson right away:
Learn the rules quickly, and follow
Hope Marie, Vice President, Better Business Bureau
Everyone Has A Boss is the lesson we all want to tell our kids before they get their first job. It took me a lot of years to learn how to be a successful employee, and if I had read this book when I was starting out I would have saved about 10 years.
Janet Williams, HR employee (6 years)
OMG! Why didn't they make us read this in college?
Timothy McAdam, Landscape Foreman
This is the best self-help book I've ever read!
Unlike 99% of books, this one is written for employees, not just managers. Of course managers have bosses too.
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Reader Reviews for "Everyone Has A Boss"
|Reviewed by David Ess
|Quite a good book, especially for those about to enter the workforce.|