A Yoruba proverb says "powerful people today should be careful not because of today but because of tommorow, we can only see what is happening today but no one knows tomorrow" The reason for this proverb is because of what happened to a lady and how her employer handled her very poorly.
A lady known as @sisonyinye has recalled how her manager mistreated her when they all had a disagreement and he suddenly sacked her, using his position to cheat her.
Before the horrible incident, she remembered that she had done four men work (meaning a person does a lot of work together) to the extent that she works on Saturdays mostly to please her employer as she would assist him buy food that was never mentioned when she signed up for the role. Yet she stayed there because there is no solution because she is a strong woman who loves dealing with both collusive works and stress arising out of it and desists laziness.
She went on to ask him (her boss) whether he wanted to order his food or buy it, usually, but today she thought he might have eaten it because of the time he arrived, and if at least he wanted it, he would have told her to order it. One of her colleagues told her that after a few minutes, closer to the time they were going to leave work for the day, the man (boss) was calling her, and when she got there, the man told her to go and get him food. In order to get back quickly and go home, she collected her atm card and left with the driver to buy food; she left her mobile at the office.
She got to the spot (where she's going to buy food) but lost the pin for his boss atm and also found that she had to ask a security guard at the office she left her phone to contact her boss via his phone that she did and was told the pin. She decided to buy the food and head back to the workplace, joining the fast food place. Unfortunately, because of inadequate money, the card was rejected, and she decided not to contact him again because it forced her to borrow another phone and she went straight back to the office.
Her boss did not encourage her to finish explaining that he told her to go back to get him food, according to the lady, the lady in question then refused to go because she was going to be late and it was also her closing time, he answered in thanks as he said "thank you" making the lady go back to her office and ready to go home. Her manager came out to inform her that after leaving clients in his office, all business things should be returned (means her job is finished there). She said she told him that all of the company's belongings were not with her and that for the month she employed, the guy could also pay her wage. The man eventually got angry as he waited for the lady's route, which was where she would go and take her belongings. And she told her boss to step away from the walkway so that the comment undoubtedly made him more irritated to pass, that he hurled her bag and the matter got out of his control as he slapped the lady twice, the lady did her own back as she slapped her boss and fell off his glasses. Since he lost his cell, the boss told the gate man not to encourage her to go in the midst of problems and he must see it before she left. Eventually, he saw it, and let her go.
In brief, who you think is at fault, since both the supervisor and the worker here are influenced by just one problem (the lady). "Impatient" in order to consider one another, they can't lose their pride. If the boss had listened to the answer why the lady was in a hurry to go home, he would have offered the chance to know the cause, and even the lady, if she had been able to beg the man to justify why she was keen to go home, things would have been easier by now (although it had entered its closing hour).
And I'm also going to beg some parents to take it easy with their kids, please, who think they are lazy and don't want to work, these are some of the things they're running away from. Let them pick very well, please.
That's just my take, what's your opinion? The guy who's at fault. Both of them, the lady and her manager.
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