It’s hard to believe but I received yet another email from an advice-seeker who is sleeping with the boss. Not surprisingly, it’s a woman.
Of all the letters I’ve received on this subject, and there have been dozens, I have yet to hear from a man who is sleeping with his boss.
If any of you men out there are giving your superior a little taste of your bologna pony at lunch or otherwise, please email me. Please.
If you Google “drunk fucked boss” this column I wrote is the #1 hit: I Got Drunk and Fucked My Boss.
If you eliminate the word “drunk” I come in at #2. I’m starting to think sleeping with the boss is more common than most of us would believe.
What’s most surprising about the woman who wrote me recently, and I’ll call her “Blaire,” is that she is seeking help developing a sexual harassment claim against her boss.
I don’t think she’s a regular reader. Do you?
It took me two hours to come down from my high horse this morning and I’ve got two book deadlines to meet by the end of the day so consider this a teaser. You will NOT want to miss tomorrow’s blog!
In the meantime, please click on my LinkedIn post from yesterday.
Um, excuse me? I asked you to click. Go back, now, and do as I say.
Good girl. Good boy. Here is your reward:
That post is now my most popular on LinkedIn which tells me plenty of business people are concerned and/or interested in the topic of running personal expenses through a small company.
I received a comment you won’t want to miss from someone who seemed quite defensive and grumpy about the question even being raised by this lowly law clerk and by extension, moi.
It’s a bit of word salad to parse and digest but please take a hack at it and see if that comment makes sense to you.
In addition, I’m curious what all of you think of the other two issues: family members on the payroll who do NOT work for the company and who use company credit cards and the non-profit that collects donations but has not made any grants in some time.
Finally, I hope to have some news for you on the book, Divorce by Design: How to Split Without Losing Your Mind, Your Money or Your Kids, by the end of the week. Wheels are in motion but then again, wheels can come off the wagon. Let’s hope for the best, shall we?
Don’t forget to click here: PLEASE CLICK HERE, DAMN IT! and check out the LinkedIn piece. I asked you nicely the first time. Don’t make me come over there.
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