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Refilwe Thobega currently works for Media24 as a revise sub editor for one of the country's leading daily newspapers. She has previously worked for Pretoria News as sub editor, Government Communication and Information System as assistant editor of the South Africa Yearbook and Pocket Guide to South Africa, and Kurara FM as a presenter and producer. She's also a voice over artist and speaker/MC. @refilwethobega
Insecure, threatened managers treat subordinates unjustly

I have heard of many "boss-hates-subordinate" stories and I know many young and ambitious professionals who are complaining of "horrible bosses". I don't have to be a psychologist or a sage to cerebrate that fear and insecurity are two of the causes of hate, spite, backstabbing and conniving in many boss-subordinate and other workplace relationships in many organisations - be it government or the private sector.

By Refilwe Thobega 19 Nov 2012 09:17

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