Americans Tell Job Horror Stories in Contest Working America, the union outreach group, launches its annual contest in which it collects on-the-job horror stories and then posts them on its Web site. There you can review the bad-boss stories. There will be two grand-prize winners this year. The prize? A vacation from that bad boss.
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Americans Tell Job Horror Stories in Contest

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Americans Tell Job Horror Stories in Contest

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Working America, the union outreach group, launches its annual contest in which it collects on-the-job horror stories and then posts them on its Web site. There you can review the bad-boss stories. There will be two grand-prize winners this year. The prize? A vacation from that bad boss.

STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

And while we're on the subject, we can mention that the bad boss contest is back. Today's last word in business comes from the union outreach group Working America. And this week the group launched its annual contest in which it collects on-the-job horror stories and then posts them on a Web site.

INSKEEP: There will be two grand-prize winners this year. And the prize for each is a vacation from that bad boss.

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