yesssss. It COULD turn out he respects you more for it, but I wouldn't count on it. Most people are too prideful to respect bravery in the particular form, lol. Good for you, though.
maybe you should apologize and see how he reacts
don't wear a red t-shirt at work the guys on startrek in the red shirt always get it
It wouldn't be a bad idea to
You may fond he respects you for standing up to him. I'm impressed!!
only if your job is dangerous I have a feeling you will be the next fatality
It's situtational. How bad was this conversation leading up to the name calling?
If he doesnt bother,why should you bother
yes, but only if he isn't. There are enough space for any number of cowards. But none is enough for two daredevils
Depends on how much of a valued member of the company you are. You get forgiven easier if you are an otherwise hard worker that busts your butt for them I'd think.
Why would you say that? Just curious.
It's hard to say how he would react, but if you're a vital member of the workforce there, he might consider your words. Generally though, you may have put him in a bad spot, where other employees feel they can disrespect him. My guess is he would have to have several incidents documented on you to fire you. Just see how he is reacting towards you for now. If he is taking a lot of notes on you, that can be a bad sign.
Insubordination and verbal abuse is not a winning combo. That's a YES.
Yep - if you have any job over there.
lol i think so
depend if he took it seriously or if you were being serious.......