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There was also a cup of rare workmanship which the old man had brought with him from home, studded with bosses of gold; it had four handles, on each of which there were two golden doves feeding, and it had two feet to stand on.
At first the machine bosses charged the master capitalists extortionate tolls for legislation; but in a short time the master capitalists found it cheaper to own the political machines themselves and to hire the machine bosses.
Whose bridle rang with golden bells and bosses brave.
Look at your brother, a-runnin' around to socialist meetin's, an' chewin' hot air, an' diggin' up extra strike dues to the union that means so much bread out of the mouths of his children, instead of makin' good with his bosses.
But it was enough to have terrified a bolder man than I; and, indeed, it alarmed all our company, when, with the noise of Friday's pistol, we heard on both sides the most dismal howling of wolves; and the noise, redoubled by the echo of the mountains, appeared to us as if there had been a prodigious number of them; and perhaps there was not such a few as that we had no cause of apprehension: however, as Friday had killed this wolf, the other that had fastened upon the horse left him immediately, and fled, without doing him any damage, having happily fastened upon his head, where the bosses of the bridle had stuck in his teeth.
In particular, employees believe that bosses offer close colleagues a range of benefits, including more frequent personal interaction or attention (56 percent) and schedule flexibility (52 percent), among others, than they offer their coworkers.
Most books and articles about management talk about how bosses can get the most out of their employees.
And while bestselling books like Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg push women to achieve their goals and focus on their careers, Americans' views about wanting female bosses haven't changed since Gallup began asking about them regularly in the 1980s.
You don't have to look very hard to see that we already have plenty of bosses in the world.
Based on a study of 50 senior-level bosses identified by their organizations as great talent developers (referred to simply as "bosses" in this article), McCall and McHenry described six ways that bosses can help developing leaders learn from experience (summarized in Figure 1).
com)-- Workforce surveys are released each year where workers lament over incompetency of their bosses.
All bosses agree that there are key factors which affect the outcome of an interview and it's not just down to what's on your CV.