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"Less than three years into the job, first lady Michelle Obama is on her third chief of staff and third social secretary. She is on her second communications director, the White House chief usher recently departed, and her press secretary’s last day is Friday."
"Sources familiar with the East Wing, who asked not to be named discussing internal dynamics, described the first lady’s office as a challenging workplace, where grueling hours and the expectations of a formidable boss intensify the demands of managing a popular first lady’s schedule, image and agenda."
“The first lady is a lovely woman, but she’s tough as nails, and that can be hard for some people,” said a source familiar with the office. “She has really high expectations.”
Originally posted by dolphinfan
It would seem that the same labor "rights" the administration demanded for the state workers in Wisconsin are not deemed necessary nor appropriate for the government workers on the First Lady's staff, whom she routinely fires or pushes folks out of their jobs for not meeting her high standards.