Katz: Don’t Work For Someone Who Is a Jerk

Growing up, Tony Katz had many jobs, but refused to work for someone who put their employees in a subservient position. As a restaurant employee, Tony was berated by his boss and swiftly quit. That experience taught Katz a lot about how to view yourself as an employee.

Tony discusses his experiences working with others and how he learned to view himself as an asset, instead of an employee. This conversation goes through how employees and employers interact and the best way to leverage your own talent