Gary Michaels is a valley fixture for morning radio…now the longest running morning show in the central valley. For more than 18 years, Gary has been waking up central valley families with great light rock, fun contests and interesting guests and interviews.
Gary Michaels has been a broadcast veteran for more than 30 years getting up at 3:30am each weekday in markets like Phoenix, Des Moines, New Orleans, Dayton, Minneapolis and now his home in Modesto. Gary is married to his lovely wife Teri. They have two children. Active in his church and community organizations over the years…he is very civic minded and wants a quality of life for his community.
Such longevity is rare in this business, but the audience and Gary’s show connect to bring a fun, upbeat and family-friendly listening experience to the listeners every weekday from 5:30-10am.
The guy is your boss, so when he asks you to do something that isn't in your job description, you'll probably do it -- even if you do it grudgingly. But sometimes those personal requests are bizarre, like a male boss who asked his female employee to be a surrogate mother for his child. And he asked this of her more than once. In two different polls conducted three months apart, CareerBuilder and Harris Interactive surveyed U.S. employees nationwide, who work across various industries and in companies large and small, to find out the strangest non-work request they have ever received from their boss. The answers are astounding, including spying on senior management, loaning money and even removing stitches. Here are real-life examples of the most unusual requests employees have received from their bosses, according to the polls: