We've all heard the saying that people quit bosses, not jobs.
But whether you've got a good boss, bad boss, toxic boss, or moderately incompetent boss, you can't go wrong by scrolling through some memes to remind yourself that you're not alone! We all deal with difficult bosses in our careers, and sometimes we are the difficult bosses. So why not learn to laugh at ourselves?
Check out these boss memes and let us know which ones of these bosses you've dealt with or are dealing with now!
15 Relatable Boss Memes
1. That boss who's more of a numbers person than a people person...
2. That sexist boss who doesn't even realize he's sexist.
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3. The boss who has selective vision.
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4. The boss who's always saying no.
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5. The boss who makes you so sick of work that you call out sick.
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6. That boss who has no concept of time.
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7. The boss who doesn't really know what they're doing.
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8. The boss who doesn't know how to take responsibility.
9. The boss who thinks their time is more valuable than yours.
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10. The annoying boss who's even more annoying when they're right.
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11. The boss who takes credit for your ideas.
Just not cool.
12. The boss who's dealing with a lot more than you realized.
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13. The boss who doesn't realize they've got an anger management problem.
14. The boss who's always asking you to work overtime.
15. And finally, that boss who's supportive, inspiring, and super good at what they do.
It's fun to complain about bad bosses. But credit where credit is due — some bosses go above and beyond, and it's thanks to their mentorship that we learn, grow, and fall in love with our work. So here's to all the great bosses, who occasionally have not so great moments, because #wereonlyhuman. Thanks for all you do!
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