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CB BOSS PAYS SALARY LATE, THEN TELLS HIS STAFF TO BE GRATEFUL THEY STILL HAVE JOB

I’ve been working at my current job for two years now, and I’m having increasing difficulty with my boss. Last week he sent out an email to all of us informing us that, due to financial difficulty, our salaries were going to be delayed until further notice.

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The message was quite shocking, and, to make matters worse, he followed it up by telling us that we should be grateful that we still have jobs during these trying times.

Needless to say, the entire office was in an uproar.

I’ve had difficult bosses in the past, but this one is really taking the cake. He is not only delaying our salaries, but he also expects us to be thankful for it. I don’t think that’s very reasonable.

It’s not like any of us have a choice in the matter. We all need our salaries to make ends meet, and so when they are delayed, it puts us in a very difficult situation. I understand that the company has financial difficulties, but that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be treated fairly.

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The boss’s attitude is also very disrespectful. He should be more understanding and empathetic towards us. Instead, he is treating us as if we are replaceable, and that’s not right. We are human beings, not robots.

I’ve spoken to some of my colleagues about this, and they all feel the same way. We are all very frustrated and angry at the boss’s unfair treatment. We all understand that financially, the company is struggling, but that doesn’t mean that we should be treated like this.

I’ve been considering speaking to the boss about this issue, but I’m not sure if it would do any good. He seems very set in his ways and isn’t open to any kind of constructive criticism.

I’m not sure what to do in this situation. I don’t want to leave the job, as I’ve been there for two years now and it’s a great place to work. But I also don’t think it’s right for the boss to expect us to be thankful that we still have jobs when he’s not treating us fairly.

It’s a difficult situation and I’m not sure what to do. I just hope that my boss will come to his senses soon and start treating us better. We all deserve to be treated with respect and fairness, regardless of the financial situation of the company.

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