A sales boss who sent a furious email to her staff for ‘endless ping pong’ and ‘not bothering to put on suits’ has become a viral sensation after it was leaked online.
The email, sent to staff members with the subject line ‘Friday observation’, was reportedly written by the head of a Sydney-based company.
‘Morning guys, quick observation that is really getting on my t*ts,’ the woman’s hilarious email begins.
‘1. Endless ping pong during business hours – especially from people with no money on the board.’
A company boss based in Sydney is being hailed as ‘boss of the year’ on Twitter after their hilarious email threatening staff to ‘up their game’ went viral online
Next the boss takes aim at staff members’ casual attire at work, accusing them of ‘not bothering to put on a suit or pretending to look the part.
She continues by accusing her employees of ‘taking more sick days than Tom Hanks during the dying days of Philadelphia’ despite not making any sales during the week.
Singling out a small group of employees, her furious rant continues.
‘5 or 6 of you are really getting on my t*ts in this office – you are a cost, you are demanding and exhausting and you don’t even look like you’re trying.’
‘If 5-6 of you don’t pick up your game massively you will see your sorry as**s fired and slung out the door in under 3 months.’
‘You better all up your game else you will feel my wrath and that is not pretty,’ read the last sentence of the amusing email.
A journalist share the image of the email on Twitter and received hilarious reactions from many people
The woman was hailed ‘boss of the year’ on Twitter.
One person even linked the email to the recently announced merger between Fairfax Media and Nine Network.
‘Costello moving fast at Nine Fax,’ one man commented.
The journalist who shared it on Twitter said: ‘part of me wants to work for them now.’
However, many people also criticised the boss’s attitude with some calling them ‘an insecure manager.’
It has the same insecure grip on authority one would expect from an older sibling trying to take charge,’ one social media user wrote.
The email was shared on Twitter and received mixed reactions from a huge number of people