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Working Campers Advise Campground Owners
When working campers advise campground owners as to what's the best way to run their business, is there bound to be friction? Is it possible for the workers to offer opinions without offending the boss? And, just where is the line between an employee making a suggestion and where it turns into the employee telling the employer how to do things?
A working RVer (who wished to remain anonymous) wrote about the owners of a particular campground, "They misinterpret your ideas and/or comments as if you are telling them how to run their business."
On the other hand, campground owners tell me one of their biggest problems is that their camp workers act like they own the park and try to do things differently than how the park owner wants them done.
What are your thoughts on this? Post your comments.
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