ONE sorry employee has said their boss walks around naked in his underwear and has even been spotted naked.
The hard-pressed staffer posted about his boss' strange behaviours on Reddit – begging subscribers for help.
Posting on r/bossfromhell, the sales rep wrote: "My boss, the ceo of the company is traveling with me.
"At the guest houses we stay at he constantly walks around in his jockey underwear and mostly when he showers (there is always a separate bathroom where he can change, that's what I do) he would open the door and then wrap himself in the towel.
"If I don't leave the room he would change in front of me. I have already seen him naked and it's disturbing.
"What do I do???"
Despite the pleas, no one was able to offer any advice. However, employees have been dishing out the dirt on their bosses online.
One person said: "I once had a boss who made me come into work after a wisdom tooth surgery.
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"He said my excuse was bulls**t and that I knew it."
Another wrote: "I had a boss fire me because I wouldn't agree to be his mistress."
"I had a boss try to blackmail me for merchandise SHE stole from the store," posted a third.
But worst of all was one employee who recounted how their manager reacted to a death in the family.
They said: "When my close relative passed away, I asked for time off for the funeral. He told me I couldn't because work comes first.
"He said if I left, I'd be fired. So I quit. He was such a monster to work for."
It comes after a boss who fired 900 employees on a Zoom call before Christmas is taking stress leave.
Vishal Garg, who laid off 15 percent of Better.com's workforce in one fell swoop during a webinar meeting, said in a Friday email that he's “taking time off effective immediately,” Vice reported.
The company has also hired an outside firm to “do a leadership and cultural assessment,” according to an email from the Board of Directors that Vice published in full.
Garg, 43, and the company were embroiled in controversy after news broke of the heartless move to cut staff just weeks before Christmas.
During the meeting, he reportedly said, "This isn't news that you're going to want to hear… if you're on this call, you are part of the unlucky group that is being laid off.
"Your employment here is terminated effective immediately."
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