20 Jerk Bosses You Never Want To Work For

If you are lucky enough to have a good boss, we feel happy about it. It is never easy to be a generous, sympathetic manager. Being a proper leader requires diplomas, experience, and decent attitudes toward workers. Bosses have the power to light up employees' lives or darken them. We would love to applaud those compassionate bosses trying to appreciate their employees.
Nonetheless, plenty of people run into managers who are too strict or conservative. Some workers struggle to deal with their supervisor to earn a living, while some decide to quit their jobs. Indeed, the boss is one of the reasons employees have passions or despise their jobs.
We shall say hilariously employers and employees have a love-hate relationship. From time to time, our bosses can be too mean that they turn us to be anti-workers. Let's see if you have ever met with any similar situations like these below!

#1. "Join Our Team, we’re only miserable 6 out of 7 days?"

Source: u/rocketman_67

#2. Can't even take a p**p in peace

Source: u/SprayInABox

#3. Let's make sick people show up to work to prove they're sick

Source: u/pand0raxx

#4. They fired everyone by text message

Source: u/Harbjagen

#5. "My abusive ex-boss emailed me today asking for code I already provided when I left “by tomorrow”. I quit this job four months ago."

Source: u/logistical_question

#6. "My supervisor at work decided to let me know his opinion of my purchase"

Source: u/spectreenjoyer

#7. No room for error

Source: u/Samvan1109

#8. New manager. Searching elsewhere…

Source: u/SethBurrow

#9. "A bunch of techs at my husband’s HVAC company want to quit. This was management’s “gift” to them to smooth things over."

Source: r/antiwork

#10. Is this even legal? Fresh posting at work.

Source: u/Generic_Luser_Name

#11. "The keyboard they gave me at work…"

Source: u/NegativePaint

#12. Come on man

Jerk BossesSource: u/AnheuserAnnihilator

#13. "I work at a small coffee shop. My boss just absent-mindedly poured unroasted beans into a batch of roasted ones. Here's us separating 10,000 hand."

Source: u/CensoryDeprivation

#14. "So I bring a pecan pie to work. By noon it was missing. Found it a few hours later in my boss's office."

Source: u/Timizorzom

#15." One of a seemingly endless series of unreasonable notes left by my boss. It’s great here."

Source: u/Rich-P

#16. No sick days.

Jerk BossesSource: u/kalikid01

#17. “There is no such thing as a day off”

Jerk BossesSource: u/Bubbly_Environment78

#18. How does a business run when this is their public attitude lmao?

Jerk BossesSource: u/Reddude804

#19. "None of this helps me"

Source: u/fauxfantome

#20. This level of unprofessionalism is insane

Jerk BossesSource: u/emmag784

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