Toxic boss? These memes are so relatable for anyone who spends their days in a negative work environment. While you should obviously try to make a change, sometimes levity and humor can help you survive the short-term while you look for better work and job options.
1. The boss who keeps giving you even more work.
2. The boss who watches you work.
3. The boss who threatens you no matter what.
4. The micromanager.
5. The boss who sets late-day meetings.
6. The even more clueless micromanager.
7. The idea thief.
8. The boss that runs disorganized mayhem.
9. The control freak.
10. The micromanager who doesn't understand why their staff keeps leaving.
11. The bad boss who forces people out.
12. The over-expectant boss.
13. The boss who doesn't understand anything.
14. The damned-if-you-do-damned-if-you-don't boss.
15. The boss who does nothing.
16. The boss who blames their staff.
17. The boss who doesn't understand staff jobs.
18. The boss who pushes employees to apply elsewhere.
19. The boss who sneaks up.
20. The boss who doesn't lead.
21. The boss who doesn't approve sick leave.
22. The boss who holds unnecessary meetings.
23. The boss who doesn't motivate.
24. The boss who doesn't recognize hard work.
25. The boss who sucks the soul out of staff.
26. The boss who gives random work just before the end of the day.
27. The boss who makes employees dream of quitting.
28. The boss with no perception of reality.
29. The boss who brings bad vibes.
30. The boss who sends unnecessary emails.
31. The insecure boss.
32. The boss who doesn't treat hardworking employees well.
33. The boss who wastes employees' time.
34. The obnoxious boss.
35. The boss who never ceases to surprise everyone.
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AnnaMarie Houlis is a multimedia journalist for a gamut of both online and print publications, as well as an adventure aficionado and travel blogger at HerReport.org. She covers all things women's empowerment — from navigating the workplace to navigating the world. She writes about everything from gender issues in the workforce to gender issues all across the globe.