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10 Things Your Employees Are Thinking But Not Telling You

The relationship between an employer and an employee is one of the weirdest relationships in human society, because these two people usually have to spend many hours every day together and they don’t

The relationship between an employer and an employee is one of the weirdest relationships in human society, because these two people usually have to spend many hours every day together and they don’t necessarily like each other. Yes, you can have a boss and his or her employee sharing a laugh once in a while and be tempted to think that their relationship is great, but in many cases you could not be further from the truth.

It is important to realize that an employee just wants to make his or her boss happy in order to secure his or her job, and the boss wants to keep the employee happy for him or her to keep making more money for the company. If you want to know whether these two are genuine friends, wait until the employee moves to a different company for whatever reason. If the two keep in touch, then they had a genuine friendship, but chances are that they will not.

The boss is allowed to speak his or her mind when dealing with his or her employees and he or she can say anything, just because they are the boss. The employee on the other hand, cannot speak out his mind or say just anything in front of his or her boss, but this does not prevent them from saying anything behind the boss' back or thinking things that they would never let out of their mouths.

Here are a few things that all employees think about their bosses but can never really tell them, maybe until the day they resign...or get fired.

10 Office Social Events Are a Waste of Time

9 Money is Not Everything at Work

8 The Meetings Are So Boring

7 I Cannot Relax Whenever You Are Around

6 You Are Not The Great Leader You Think You Are

5 Guidance, Not Yelling, Will Make Me Work Better 

4 I Am Leaving As Soon As I Get a Better Offer

3 You Are Not Half As Funny As You Think You Are

2 Do Not Disrespect My Time

1 You Are Not Paying Me Enough

How much money do you think your boss should pay you? Contentment is such a rare quality, that not even the highest paid employees in a company would decline a pay rise because they think they are earning enough. Even though very few employees will have the courage to go to their bosses and ask for a raise, almost all employees think of just how underpaid they are. The above situation gets worse for employees who know just how much the company makes, and how much the boss gets to go home with. Even the best employers will have employees thinking that they are not paid enough, and there is usually little one can do to change this belief among all employees.

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