Gala be carefull to not take your attitude to old boss to your new job.
Especially be carefull how you answer the dreaded "What did you think of your old boss/last job question or its variations.
Work out what you are going to communicate to your new work place with the answer you give.
I agree, Dadpad. Even though the higher-ups at my current job have treated me (and many others) shabbily, none of this absurdity will translate well in a new professional setting.
Bear in mind, I went through the interview process to get this current job. They ask questions about your current position, such as, what do you like about your job, what don't you like, etc. I was creative in my answers then and I intend to continue to be creative when I get there.
Here's the strange part. As much as I dislike the egomaniacal boss where Lake Erie is not large enough to accurately bear his reflection, I agree with a number of his workplace goals. He has a sharp mind, but he's inflexible.
I am thrilled to pieces for you.
I ROARED when I saw this. You were so lousy that they were trying to keep you. What a schmuck!
Thanks, Phoenix. I'm so glad you got a laugh out of it. I actually edited myself in the original telling of this missive. My request to give my two weeks notice happend 4 times in the office, but I figured seeing as their response was the same each time, where they ignored me and continued to harangue, mentioning it would only prolong the story to the readers.