6 Tips to Get Your Boss Fired

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Documentation is Everything:

One of the worst situations to get caught up in is a he said/she said scenario with no proof. Smith recommends documenting every electronic, verbal and face-to-face interaction between you and your boss. “When it comes to management issues, documentation is king because it can show a pattern of behavior,” she says. “It gives you recollection of issues as opposed to winging it.” You’ll want to document key like any proactive steps you've taken to discuss your concerns with your boss; instances where your boss acted inappropriately to others; and examples of how your boss’ leadership style negatively impacted the company’s progress. “Ineffective leadership that causes loss of productivity can be translated into revenue and costs. So it is worthy of documentation to show that pattern of behavior.” Furthermore, Smith suggests saving messages in your company email and forwarding them to your personal account so they don’t disappear from the server.

Documentation is Everything:

One of the worst situations to get caught up in is a he…

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