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Boss shares opinion after putting up sign with 13 rules for work

A BOSS is divided after handing employees a sign with 13 work rules as she warns she watches employees in front of cameras “every day, all day”.

The self-proclaimed “mean” manager who issued the demanding list has been accused of “abusing her power” by stunned social media users.

The demanding list of rules was shared on Reddit

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The demanding list of rules was shared on RedditPhoto credit: Reddit/ Wulfgang97
Boss said she was'tired of being nice'

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Boss said she was ‘tired of being nice’Photo credit: Reddit/ Wulfgang97

The list shared on Reddit warns employees that they will be “written off” if they don’t follow the rules.

“Each shift must do all shift duties, I will watch cameras all day every day!!!” one of the orders reads.

Others advise workers not to use their phones, eat while on duty, or be late.

At the end of the rules, the manager explained that she was “over trying to be nice”.

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“This is not a game, this is a business and we are all adults if you can’t follow the guidelines or do the job you applied for then you must be asking yourself why you are here!!

“I’m done with the games and I’m trying to be nice, so I’m going to be a mean and tough boss until you can do your job and follow the guidelines. I’m sorry, not sorry.”

But social media users have encouraged staff to quit, believing the list boils down to “harassment”.

One commented: “At this point you just don’t show up. If the penalty is the same, why do anything to help?”

Another said: “I quit on the spot for fewer reasons than this job. Respect is earned, not demanded.

“A poor boss exercises the power of his authority. A good boss leads by example. A great leader inspires you to be the best.”

A third wrote: “I had a manager like that once and just walked into the office, reported her and fired her. They tried to ask me for a month but I kindly reminded them of all the harassment our manager put us through and said no. “

A fourth commented, “‘We’re all adults,’ treat y’all like school kids.”

But some have defended the employee, arguing that she may believe she is doing the right thing.

“From her point of view, her leadership style got a 99/100,” said one Reddit user.

Another commented: “I wanted to defend the no text policy.

“It’s standard business practice and avoids a lot of problems that can arise if you don’t confirm the employee directly.”

‘ILLEGABLE RULES’

Others have poked fun at the manager’s “terrible” grammar, as the list is littered with errors.

One said: “I’m in no position to take anyone seriously who uses middle school grammar.”

A second joked: “It would be fun to redpen the awful grammar and give it back to her.”

And a third added: “How do you perform ‘make food’? Really curious.

“I love it when these bosses have terrible grammar. These rules are illegible. The grammar is so terrible.”

It comes after a boss was snubbed online after asking employees to clock themselves out for toilet breaks and when he spoke about “personal requests”.

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Meanwhile, an employee has released an email from his former boss, apparently targeting female employees for their personal hygiene.

The message, which references the need to take a bath and “use feminine deodorant,” was branded “sexist” by some Reddit users — but not all agreed.

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5203139/boss-sign-rules-work-watching-staff-cameras/ Boss shares opinion after putting up sign with 13 rules for work

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