The stampede of Baby Boomers exiting the workforce today has provided a heretofore unprecedented opportunity for individuals who are stepping right into vacant management positions. If you are one of these individuals and you are looking for tips on becoming a boss, you are in the right place. How your staff feel about you depends on how you act. If you have decided you want your employees to like you and respect you, this is not the article for you. Go find a couple good books on management theory and you will find much of the information you need. On the other hand, if you are okay with having your employees hate you, you have definitely come to the right place. Over the next few weeks, I will be giving you a list of the twelve best ways to accomplish that. These tips have been tested and retested by supervisors and managers for as long as society has been in business. There are so few guarantees in the world today, but these twelve tips are a sure thing. They are especially easy to follow for new managers who don’t have to relearn any of those management theories of recent years whose practical application resulted in happy and productive employees. So new bosses if you really want your employees to hate working for you: Stay tuned for Tip #1!