Fire Your Boss

Should employees have any say in their supervisor or managers position?

Who better to judge whether a manager is meeting the needs of the position than those who report to them. A manager can present to their superiors any variation of facts – but from the bottom looking up, it’s harder to cover up managerial deficiences.

A good manager:

  • puts their employees needs first
  • communicates company policy and goals clearly
  • leads by example
  • encourages teamwork
  • treats their employees respectfully and professionally
  • encourages¬†professional growth of their staff

It isn’t always easy to see if those things are being met, but an employee feels the pain of shortfalls in these areas¬†acutely.


So, should employees be able to fire their boss? Or at least have a clear, no consequences say in the matter?