Why not give the guy a raise? It’s been a while since he’s been on the job that pays him. It’s been a while since he’s had a raise and its been a while since his boss has been the boss of him. He’s finally the boss and all of a sudden he’s the boss.
He is certainly a bit of a star, but as his boss, I don’t think that it is fair for him to get all of the credit. He’s not really the head of the company, nor is he really the boss. He’s just the one who makes the decision and gets the credit.
It would be nice if every company was run by the people who actually run the business, but no matter how good you are, you will get a couple of good ones. If you are a manager and are not the boss, you will not get the respect you deserve. The same goes for directors of departments, etc. The people who run things have the power and the responsibility to make the decisions and set the policies that the company follows.
Everyone has a boss. In business, the people who run the business have the power. In business, the people who run the business have the power. In business, the people who run the business have the power. In business, the people who run the business have the power.
With a manager, that’s different. But why? I mean, even though the manager does have the power, why would you want them? Managers are the most obvious of all the other positions. If you’re the CEO, the same as with the heads of other departments, it’s that you have a clear set of responsibilities to perform, and you’re accountable for how those responsibilities are being implemented.
I agree with you. When I was working in a large organization, if I was the CEO, I was responsible for getting all of the people who worked for me to do their jobs, and to not screw up. If they screwed up, then I made them do it themselves. In small organizations, the manager may not have the power because that power is always with the owner, not the manager.
In order for your employees to perform at the level they need to be, you need to be the manager, and you need to be accountable for your employees performance. In a large organization, the CEO can have a lot of people working for them, and if they screw up, it will be the CEO’s fault, not the employees. They won’t be held accountable for their employees (or any) performance.
In vj chitra husband, the CEO is played by Vinod Khanna, the CEO of VJ Entertainment. He has the authority to sign contracts, hire new employees, and make decisions about the business. He is also a man who likes to do things his own way, and he tends to over-accommodate himself with his wife Jeevana when he needs to, resulting in a marriage that is just as awkward as the boss and staff relationships.
Vinod Khanna isn’t the only person who doesn’t like wife-beating bosses. He also doesn’t like the fact that the CEO is also the CEO’s wife, and he doesn’t like the fact that his wife is also the CEO’s wife. If I had to be a man in a relationship, I’d be like Vinod Khanna.
The problem with a husband who doesnt like his wife is that it makes it impossible to be a man. It makes it impossible for him to function as a man, and is just as damaging as being a man who doesnt like his wife. However, while women are generally not as nurturing as men, they are no less supportive. So it wouldnt be a stretch to imagine a husband who doesnt like his wife being a man.