On this edition of "Riveting Exchanges" on The WAM Podcast, hosts, Andrea Olson and Desiree Grace continue their conversation about bad bosses. In the workplace, we deal with a whole range of different and sometimes conflicting, personalities, which can be a real challenge. The most important thing is for you to remember that, while you don't have control over people's actions, you do have full control over your own, and you can contribute positively by remaining in control of your own emotions and by not allowing their mood to rub off on you.
But when is it time to leave employment due to a bad boss? The truth is that only you can answer that question. Maybe you just need to make a change, start working more remotely, or move to a different office, but if a bad boss is affecting your health, happiness, and family life, more serious measures may be required. Today, Andrea and Desiree tell-all about Political Pete, Self-Centered Sal, and Moody Max!
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