Next Episode of Undercover Boss is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Undercover Boss is a reality series that follows high level corporate executives as they slip anonymously into the lowest level jobs within their companies. Once undercover, they'll get their hands dirty with the rank and file, find out what their employees REALLY think of them and discover how smoothly their companies are REALLY run. In the process, these senior executives learn about themselves, the perception of their company and the spirit of their work force.
Waste Management president Larry O'Donnell pretends to be a new hire within his company. He works at a recycling plant and two landfills, rides along on a garbage truck and cleans porta-potties.
When Coby Brooks, President and CEO of "Hooters" goes undercover in his own company, he finds himself struggling to keep up in a fast-paced kitchen and is, later, forced to take immediate action when a restaurant manager steps out of line.
The CEO and President of 7-Eleven, Joe DePinto, goes undercover in his own company where he discovers that one of his corporate policies has not been implemented on the frontlines and later finds himself inspired by one of his delivery driver's approach to life.
Dave Rife, the owner of White Castle, goes undercover in his own company where he accidentally ruins thousands of hamburger buns after mishandling equipment in one of his bakeries, and also discovers low morale among his employees at a local factory.
Bill Carstanjen, COO of Churchill Downs, Inc., the corporation famously known for its Kentucky Derby, goes undercover at his own racetracks where he faces his fear of horses head-on, and is unable to hold back tears after working for one employee.
Michael Rubin, CEO of the billion dollar e-commerce giant GSI, which provides customer service and product shipments for online orders to numerous top U.S. retailers, goes undercover in his own company where he discovers that rushing through a task can result in injury to others, and that his packing and shipping skills are not up to company standards.
Joel Manby, President and CEO of Herschend Family Entertainment, a national theme park and amusement corporation, goes undercover in his own company where he meets a young man aspiring for his job, and finds that it might be easier to run a boardroom than to captain a boat full of kids.
President and COO of Roto-Rooter Rick L. Arquilla goes undercover in his own company and finds himself overwhelmed with emotion while working alongside several employees who force him to reflect on his past as well as his future legacy as the boss of their company.
Chris McCann, President and COO of 1-800-FLOWERS, America's largest florist and online gift shop, goes undercover where he is shocked by customers' perception of their brand and is later forced to reveal his true identity (a first for the series) .
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