To think throwing your weight around and being rude to long-standing staff as a new employer gives a good idea of what kind of person you are?
HadEnoughOfSummerThankGodForAutumn · 24/09/2022 15:35
Does the type of person who’d enter a new establishment and start upsetting staff so badly they left in droves, of which there were disturbing rumours of tea throwing at staff and slamming doors in faces, deserve a place on the world stage as a ‘humanitarian’ and a ‘be kind’ ambassador?
Am I being unreasonable?AIBU
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AllThatFancyPaintsAsFair · 24/09/2022 15:42
Did you mean to post in the Royal Family topic, what's your AIBU? How are we to know how to vote?
WhileMyGuitarGentlyWeeps · 24/09/2022 20:47
WTF are you banging on about @HadEnoughOfSummerThankGodForAutumn ???
ThatGirlInACountrySong · 24/09/2022 20:49
What's the ' be kind' claptrap all about?
daretodenim · 24/09/2022 21:05
Ooh it looks like we're all going to have to read a Daily Mail article before joining in this thread. As as the person hasn't been mentioned by name, we can already guess which former actress now royal this is about.
SemperIdem · 24/09/2022 21:13
Being a long standing employee doesn’t mean you’re actually any good at your job, just that others have accepted poor performance/attitudes. Newcomers see things with fresh eyes and will often challenge this sort of thing. As they should.
NewYorkLassie · 24/09/2022 21:17
It’s not a DM article. It was in The Times. An extraction from an upcoming book I believe.
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