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According to Albanians, who is guilty of the tense boss-employee relationship?

Shkruar nga Anabel

14 Mars 2019

Albanians have assessed supreme relations as the most tense in Europe . According to the Quality of Life Survey, drafted by the European Commission, about 51% of the respondents in Albania responded that they evaluate supranational relations as very tense, about 34% feel somewhat tense and only 16% said that among them no tension.

At this point, the question arises naturally: Who is the fault?

Referring to Instagram and Facebook followers, it seems that the blame is twofold and depends on the situation. For example, one of them blames the employees because they do not hold a fair report with the boss.

"Albanians have tense relations because they have not yet understood the function of this report. Employed Albanian, with little confidence, remembers that he made friends and violated all rules of work; comes with delay, often asks permission or gets the permit yourself without you approving it and saying 'uu, yes I told you'. Yes, but I do not approve, etc., etc. And the beauty starts when you make your accounts: you win so, why give me that and later you do the work because you do not get what you earn. So the Albanian when employed will be the chief, no matter if there is a school, if it is qualified, has experience or not. He will be the chief in the work and business of others. "

Given the above thought, another thinks "generalization is wrong".

"It can not generalize everyone. The one who speaks is a boss disappointed by his own worker? But you also have those cases where you've been loyal to the boss for seven years and can barely raise your salary, throw dozens of extra work on your back and I do not know. There is no connection for the Albanian to make the account. I'm at work and I want to get paid for the job I do, not to benefit others from the service I provide. "

Add here that in an article in Anabel about 5 features of the ideal boss - how to be positive, to be balanced, to be available, to read people as a book and to evaluate the work - the vote was as follows, which indicates that the ideal employee is almost as impossible.

Someone is of the opinion that from the beginning, the boss-employee relationship is not seen with good looks.

"It's not always just the chiefs who take advantage, who do not do the job properly. There are plenty of individuals who go to work when they go to work just to get that salary and they do not want to know if there are any problems. "

One of the reasons behind a tense report is the disregard of the Labor Code, generally by the employee.

"Albanian owners have not realized that the Labor Code is not just in the contract, but must be implemented. 95% of them apply only their rights, not their duties. They have not yet realized that when employing a professional, for example an economist, employs him to make the economist not other jobs. Not to mention the extra hours you think you have a duty to do and never pay, "writes someone.

"The chiefs look at their subordinates as slaves. They must understand that with the salary that Albanian owners give, they do not justify even 50% of the work they do. All the more so that part of the money you give to the bank, and a hand in hand. They will see clues results to consider the subordinate as a collaborator and not as a property, "adds another.

Certainly a part guilts a person who does not know how to establish a proper relationship, whether boss or employee.

"Both cases stand. I was part of both. The right thing is that the relationship has a distance. It has happened to me that I have unknowingly benefited by calling it a more right. It has also happened that they have benefited from me and the confidence I have given them, "one of the followers said.

"It's a dysfunctional relationship. The chief thinks he owns you as an individual, your family, your own schedules, and does not understand that he only pays for a certain time. From the outside experience, when it's time to leave the job, the chief has come and told me that 'it's time to go home'. When I worked up to 11 in the night in Albania, it was not considered as something unusual. Workers have very few rights under the Labor Law. On the other hand, the employees see the relationship with the superior as personal. This is favored by the lack of meritocracy and family and social relations. Normal to receive permission if your colleague has friends, cousins, etc. "

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