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3 Comments Already

MissDementia Said,
June 4th, 2011 @3:23 pm  

If you want to keep that job, let him “win”. Quit correcting his mistakes if they’re his mistakes and he will recognize them as his mistakes, btw.

I’d also suggest looking for another job. Bosses like that are a PITA.

Spindrift Said,
June 4th, 2011 @3:43 pm  

You have to weigh what is more important to you, your superior education or your income. The fact is, he is your boss and he is the owner and until and unless you have your own company, he is your superior.

T Said,
June 4th, 2011 @4:31 pm  

ask for a raise, if he says no next time he asks you a question shrug your shoulders and say,that answer is not available at my current wage. PS DO NOT GO BEHIND HIM AND CORRECT HIS MISTAKES, let all hell break lose. When he blames it on you, and he will, politely inform him that he was the one in charge and you didn’t want to question his authority. then offer to fix it, after you get a raise!

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