Self growth 4 ever should we treat our boss differently from our co-workers

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http://SelfGrowth4Ever.com Do our bosses deserve more respect than our co-workers or people with lower level positions or pay grades, like the janitor for example?

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<ul><li> 1. Should We Treat Our Boss Differently From Our Co-Workers? I asked a close friend of mine the other day why he had turned so serious when our boss entered the room? Ive worked for many companies and this seems to be the normal behavior of employees while the boss is present. His response was, Hes the boss, so he deserves our respect. True, but doesnt everyone deserve the same amount of respect?, I asked. I mean his job is important, but without us his job is useless. He cant run this place by himself. He needs us just as much as we need him. Without him our job becomes much more challenging. I dont think he should be treated any differently than any other employee, even the cleaning staff. Imagine if the cleaning staff were to quit, this place would be a mess, so they are just as important as the boss and us. Do you agree?, I asked. He giggled and answered, yes, but you could tell he wasnt fully convinced. What I said seemed to make sense but he was still on the fence about the whole approach. Besides I think he would appreciate it if you were just yourself when you were around him. People love you because youre hard working, funny and authentic, and youre great with the clients. Thats why I love working with you and thats why weve become good friends. </li> <li> 2. Seeing that my buddy wasnt fully convinced, what do you guys think? Should we treat our superiors differently from our co-workers? Do they deserve any more respect than that of the janitor? I would love to hear your feedback and thoughts. - See more at: http://selfgrowth4ever.com/should-we-treat-our-boss-differently-from-ourco-workers/#sthash.kQD4M268.dpuf </li> </ul>

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