Coworker Hell

Coworker Hell Backstabbers and Slackers and Mismanagers Oh My On the battlefields of retail hell sometimes your allies turn out to be your worst enemies When managers can t run their stores and when coworkers re

  • Title: Coworker Hell
  • Author: Freeman Hall
  • ISBN: 9781440537073
  • Page: 433
  • Format: ebook
  • Backstabbers and Slackers and Mismanagers, Oh My On the battlefields of retail hell, sometimes your allies turn out to be your worst enemies .When managers can t run their stores and when coworkers refuse to actually work, shifts in retail go from bad to hellish and fast There s no one to turn to when the customers get mean, and there s no one in to play defense wheBackstabbers and Slackers and Mismanagers, Oh My On the battlefields of retail hell, sometimes your allies turn out to be your worst enemies .When managers can t run their stores and when coworkers refuse to actually work, shifts in retail go from bad to hellish and fast There s no one to turn to when the customers get mean, and there s no one in to play defense when patrons complain.In these 28 hilarious but true stories, RetailHellUnderground bloggers pick their bones with the worst coworkers in memory from lunch stealing liars to power hungry managers to snide corporate reps and It s time these retail slaves and even the customers gave them what they really deserve

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    One thought on “Coworker Hell”

    1. Coworker Hell is one of the stronger entries in the "Retail Hell" series. It continues the format where service workers document their most memorable experiences -- most ridiculously bad. These books appeal to anyone who has ever held a service job, mostly for their cathartic been-there, done-that moments. The only weakness is sometimes it's tough to identify the narrative voice -- male vs. female. It would help to have each chapter heading signed by the contributor.

    2. I hate to say I've worked with people who have been described in this book. Like on little monster hell, I think they need more meat. More variety, different writers. I killed my quote sharing limit in a day with just one chapter daily when I read this book. But I'd recommend to anyone who has had a bad experience with fellow coworkers you loved to hate

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