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In this unscripted series, employees are given the power to make some tough decisions. Frustrated bosses will hand over the reins of their companies to the employees, offering their respective staffs a chance to make changes in the workplace - even if it means letting co-workers go. Almost every office across the country has some level of dysfunction, which often can be attributed to just a few select individuals - those co-workers who might be viewed as anything from lazy to incompetent to quite simply having a toxic personality that poisons the entire workplace. The difficult part for the employees is that, most of the time, the boss isn't even aware of how bad the problem is, and the only person who can do anything about it IS the boss. That is, until now! Written by Fox Publicity

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One of the worst TV shows ever
1 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

I watched it without knowing the premise beforehand.

The owners of Velocity Merchant Services should be put out of business for allowing their employees to be subjected to the mean-spirited drubbing which is at the core of this show. So how does the show work? The premise is if something is not right where you work, the problem isn't the owners or the management — heaven forbid — the problem is you, the worker, or one of your lazy, shiftless coworkers. So go find a co-worker to blame!!! The show encourages employees to badmouth each other in seemingly private interviews — which it then shares on air — and the show reveals every participating worker's salary. This show is a nightmare which seems like it was hatched by the stogie-chomping, scotch-swilling miscreants on Wall St. "Let's punish the workers if something is amiss, but there will be no consequences for owners and managers!" When this country had a broadcasting Fairness Doctrine 30+ years ago, I bet I could have used this show to get control of the license for the local Fox station. This wreck of a show sure isn't in the public's best interest! LOL


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