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Can an Employee Refuse a Meeting with the Boss?


Dear Malaysians, in the context of the a government servant vs the rakyat, who do think is the boss? We the rakyat who put them in office are the boss, or the government servant is the boss?

Well, this is one very interesting comment I found in Facebook. It was posted by a lady, and she would like to be known as Miss BungaRayaMalaysia  (what a sweet nick heh?) Let me share it with you what she wrote, and please share your thoughts.

Can an Employee Refuse a Meeting with the Boss?

Just like an en employee cannot refuse when his/her boss calls for a meeting, then the same logic applies to the Prime Minister when the Rakyat wants to have a meeting with him.

In the Hindraf peaceful walk of roses to meet him tomorrow, it is indeed shocking to hear that he replied, ““What for? Why should I attend any Hindraf event?” after being asked by a journalist as reported in Malaysiakini today.

Isn’t this akin to “harapkan pagar, pagar makan padi”?

Mr. Prime Minister, In case you have forgotten. We, the rakyat, elected (and paid) you to run this country FOR US. And therefore, you ARE answerable to us.

Please read this with care. The more you meet the Rakyat to look into their needs, the more you will be loved and accepted. It is that simple. How come, it does not seem to sink in you?

At present, we are considering firing you. Please give us a show cause letter why you shouldn’t.

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6 Responses to “Can an Employee Refuse a Meeting with the Boss?”

  1. afham wrote on Feb 16, 2008 at 1:36 am

    author arsenal malaysia..thanks ar lepak kt blog arsenal..

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  2. wong wrote on Feb 16, 2008 at 2:13 am

    Hopeless liaw la… Sigh… But as for Chinese, I think most of them will have this idea that “As long as we can survive, anyone can be government la…” 😆 Chinese = too cincai, too independent.

    –> chinese care about their stomach only. and money. two words to sum up most chinese life. ‘as long as can cari makan’ is their tagline.

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  3. melbie wrote on Feb 16, 2008 at 7:29 am

    He now think he’s invincible? What’s next?

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  4. ahlost wrote on Feb 16, 2008 at 4:42 pm

    I agreed with what you said .. But still.. We can’t do anything right.. Cos whatever they said is always right no matter how we protest. Government always win.

    –> we can. we can tell the people around us to be more aware of what is happening, and remind them we are all in this shit together. either we do something about it, or we continue living this shitty life. government is not always right, they want us to think they are right. but wrong is wrong, no matter how many right things you do is not going to correct that. so we must acknowledge that wrong is wrong, and not say it is right because we are pressured to. they always win because we let them to win.

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  5. suituapui wrote on Feb 16, 2008 at 7:27 pm

    Apu!!! Parai wai!!! 5 comments only! Itu lah! Don’t talk about politics!!! Better talk about juicy, sexy scandals like u and….!!! Wakakakakakaka!!!!

    –> expected lah suituapui, it doesn’t matter anyway, not that i whore for comments 😀 hehe! juicy scandals? share to me some i post for you kakakakaka!

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