Confessions to My BossRuthy Munoz 2015-11-24
Having a job is a luxury many Americans don’t have.
Those lucky enough to have one want to hang on to theirs at all costs. So, it’s not surprising that even when work conditions aren’t the best, employees don’t speak out for fear of retaliation. People have bills to pay and families to feed, so losing a job is not an option. But, what if there was a way to speak out without negative consequences? We gave these employees an opportunity to confess what’s on their minds, anonymously. The results are a mix of hilarious confessions and some that hit close to home. What would you tell you boss?
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The Author (Translated)
Ruthy Muñoz is a first-generation American born to immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic. Born and raised in the Bronx, NY, she currently resides in Houston. Fluent in five languages including English, Spanish, French, Italian and Mandarin, Muñoz has an extensive understanding of people and cultures from traveling and living abroad. A veteran of the U.S. Army, Muñoz is currently pursuing her love of writing and languages at the University of Houston.