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    The Boss's Survival Guide

    Managing Multiple Bosses: How to Juggle Priorities, Personalities & Projects, and Make It Look Easy

    Work Smart: The 250 Smart Moves Your Boss Already Knows

    Take This Job & Shove It, I Want to Be Happy!

    "Have you ever wanted to tell your boss to take this job and shove it, but fear a future that involves you depressed in your bathrobe weeping at daytime television with no purpose in the world? Well banish that thought from your head, and banish your job blues if you can, because a new study says when it comes to your happiness, quitting your crappy job just may be the best thing you can do."

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    User: calmone
    Date: 3/24/2011 2:36:00 PM

    I worked for an idiotic and false person at a company in Scottsdale , AZ. He supposedly had a doctorate in Electronics (which I very much doubt!) and was attempting to run a product development group. Not only was he incompetant, he was devious and absolutely detrimental to the company. I could see no use whatsoever for his presence. He also attempted to bully and threaten individuals with his pathetic tactics. I told him to go shove his job and have never felt better. Just to want others to know it is sometimes better to move on. Interestingly he was fired for his inabilites and now works for another company causing them chaos, What a waster!

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