Imagine having a boss who dresses you down in public for not doing a good enough job following up on his or her outrageous schemes that you know cannot work and are not your responsibility in any case. You might go to human resources to complain. More likely, you would quit. Jeff Sessions doesn’t have a human resources department, so has only one choice at this point: He must quit. Yes, the White House is our nation’s most important institution, but it is also a workplace that is being run by a very bad boss. Today’s evidence? An official statement (OK, a tweet) from President Trump: “Attorney General Jeff Sessions has taken a VERY weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes (where are E-mails & DNC server) & Intel leakers!” This comes on the heels of Sessions’ boss berating him in the New York Times for recusing himself from the Russia investigation, which he had to do because he himself met with some of the people involved in said investigation. Professional management experts — who make a living helping bad bosses improve and making sure employees are treated properly in the workplace — recognize exactly what Donald Trump is doing to… Read full this story
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