Undercover Boss: Abroad

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  • 2012
  • 1 Season
  • 7.8  (7)

Undercover Boss: Abroad is a television show that follows the CEO of a company as they go undercover in various roles throughout the organization in different countries. The show premiered on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) in 2012 and starred Mark Keller. In each episode, Keller disguises himself and interviews for an entry-level job within his own company in a foreign location. The employees have no idea that he is the CEO of the company and he works alongside them, learning about their daily struggles and the challenges that they face. Keller's goal is to gain valuable insights into the company's operations and to connect with his employees on a personal level.

Throughout the show, Keller is seen working different jobs, such as a pizza delivery person, a factory worker, and a porter. He struggles with the physical demands of some of the jobs and some days are harder than others. He forms relationships with his coworkers and gets an inside look at how his company operates.

The show focuses on the challenges that employees face, such as long hours, low pay, and difficult working conditions. Keller is particularly moved by the stories of some of his employees, who have faced difficult life circumstances but still manage to show up to work every day with a smile on their face.

At the end of each episode, Keller reveals his true identity to his employees and rewards them with bonuses, promotions, and other forms of recognition. He also shares the lessons that he has learned during his time undercover and highlights some of the changes that he plans to make to improve the company.

Undercover Boss: Abroad is a heartwarming show that showcases the hard work and dedication of employees around the world. Keller's experiences shed light on the challenges that many workers face and the impact that strong leadership can have on a company's success. The show encourages viewers to think about their own roles in their workplace and to appreciate the efforts of those around them.

Overall, Undercover Boss: Abroad is a compelling show that provides a unique look at the inner workings of a company from the perspective of its CEO. With its focus on employee relationships and the challenges that they face, it is a must-watch for anyone interested in business and leadership.

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Episode 34
34. Episode 34
March 18, 2013
Summary not available
RC Purdy Chocolate
33. RC Purdy Chocolate
March 11, 2013
Marketing executive Kriston Dean travels across Canada, working in disguise in Purdy's Chocolates stores and factories.
Canlan Ice Sports
32. Canlan Ice Sports
March 4, 2013
Summary not available
Ritchies IGA (Fred Harrison)
31. Ritchies IGA (Fred Harrison)
July 28, 2012
Fred Harrison, CEO of Ritchies IGA, goes undercover at the chain of Australian supermarkets and liquor stores.
Crown Worldwide Group (Narin Ganesh))
30. Crown Worldwide Group (Narin Ganesh))
July 23, 2012
Summary not available
Ella Baché (Pippa Hallas)
29. Ella Baché (Pippa Hallas)
July 16, 2012
Martyn Birks, CEO of Poundworld, goes undercover to investigate why some of the U.K. discount stores are struggling.
Poundworld (Martyn Birks)
28. Poundworld (Martyn Birks)
July 9, 2012
Martyn Birks, CEO of the U.K. discount store Poundworld goes undercover to find out why some of the stores are struggling.
JBS Australia (Iain Mars)
27. JBS Australia (Iain Mars)
July 2, 2012
Iain Mars, CEO of the meat-processing company JBS Australia goes undercover and performs jobs that include working in a feedlot and loading cattle.
FedEx Canada (Lisa Lisson)
26. FedEx Canada (Lisa Lisson)
May 24, 2012
The CEO of FedEx Express Canada, Lisa Lisson, goes undercover to see how the company needs to improve.
Toga Hospitality (Rachel Argaman)
25. Toga Hospitality (Rachel Argaman)
May 21, 2012
CEO of Toga Hospitality, Rachel Argaman, goes undercover at the Australian hotel chain to see how the business is really running.
npower UK (Kevin McCullough)
24. npower UK (Kevin McCullough)
May 21, 2012
The COO of npower, Kevin McCullough, works undercover at the U.K. energy company.
YMCA (Nick Cox)
23. YMCA (Nick Cox)
May 14, 2012
Nick Cox, CEO of YMCA, goes undercover to see how his company is running.
Skyline International Development (Michael Sneyd)
22. Skyline International Development (Michael Sneyd)
May 14, 2012
Michael Sneyd, CEO of Skyline International Development works entry-level jobs at some of his resorts to see how business is really going.
Big 4 Holiday Parks
21. Big 4 Holiday Parks
May 7, 2012
The CEO of BIG4 Holiday Parks in Australia, Ray Schleibs, goes undercover to learn how the company is really operating.
Toronto Zoo (John Tracogna)
20. Toronto Zoo (John Tracogna)
May 7, 2012
The CEO of the Toronto Zoo goes undercover to see how his organization is running.
Park Resorts (Andy Edge)
19. Park Resorts (Andy Edge)
May 5, 2012
Andy Edge, company director of Park Resorts, goes undercover in his business to see how it's really running.
Clugston Group (Stephen Martin)
18. Clugston Group (Stephen Martin)
May 5, 2012
Stephen Martin, chief executive of the Clugston Group, goes undercover at his construction sites to work alongside his employees to search for the best way to run the business.
Southern Fried Chicken (Andrew Withers)
17. Southern Fried Chicken (Andrew Withers)
May 5, 2012
Andrew Withers goes undercover in his Southern Fried Chicken franchise, and is surprised by what he finds about the standards, food, staff and customers.
Viridor (Colin Drummond)
16. Viridor (Colin Drummond)
April 30, 2012
Colin Drummond, the chief executive of Viridor goes undercover at one of the largest recycling and waste management company in Britain to see how the business is running.
Sodexo (JohnPaul Dimech)
15. Sodexo (JohnPaul Dimech)
April 30, 2012
The CEO of Sodexo Australia goes undercover to see how the company is running and is inspired by the staff.
GoodLife Fitness (Jane Riddell)
14. GoodLife Fitness (Jane Riddell)
April 30, 2012
The chief operating officer of GoodLife Fitness in Canada goes undercover as a maintenance worker, Zumba instructor and a salesperson to see how the business is running.
Harry Ramsden's (Marija Simovic)
13. Harry Ramsden's (Marija Simovic)
April 23, 2012
The new head of the fish and chip chain Harry Ramsden, Marija Simovic, goes undercover to find out how the business is running.
Hog's Breath Cafe (Brett Dryland & Rodney Winkleman)
12. Hog's Breath Cafe (Brett Dryland & Rodney Winkleman)
April 23, 2011
Brett Dryland and Rodney Winkleman, two bosses from Hog's Breath Cafe go undercover to see how the business is really running.
Second Cup (Stacey Mowbray)
11. Second Cup (Stacey Mowbray)
April 23, 2011
Stacey Mowbray, the CEO of Second Cup goes undercover to see how the coffee chain is really working.
Toronto Transit Commission (Karen Stintz)
10. Toronto Transit Commission (Karen Stintz)
April 16, 2012
Karen Stintz, City Councillor and Toronto Transit Commission Chair goes undercover at the mass transit system and performs some of the grittiest and toughest jobs.
Cineplex Entertainment (Ellis Jacob)
9. Cineplex Entertainment (Ellis Jacob)
April 16, 2012
Ellis Jacob, CEO of Cineplex theaters has had a lot of success in the theater business, but now digital revolution has left audiences with many viewing options, so Ellis goes undercover in to see how to improve.
Pizza Pizza (Paul Goddard)
8. Pizza Pizza (Paul Goddard)
April 9, 2012
Paul Goddard has recently been appointed CEO of Pizza Pizza, Canada's largest pizza chain and goes undercover to see how to run the company successfully.
Molson Coors Canada (Dave Perkins)
7. Molson Coors Canada (Dave Perkins)
April 9, 2012
Michael Sneyd, CEO of Skyline International Development, goes undercover at the Canadian resort business.
Boost Juice (Janine Allis)
6. Boost Juice (Janine Allis)
April 7, 2012
Founder and CEO of Boost Juice, Janine Allis, works in Boost Juice bars undercover.
Great Southern Rail (Tony Braxton-Smith)
5. Great Southern Rail (Tony Braxton-Smith)
April 7, 2012
Tony Braxton-Smith, CEO of Great Southern Railway, goes undercover where he will be cleaning, unloading luggage, cooking, making beds and serving guests in the restaurants.
Best Western (David Clarke)
4. Best Western (David Clarke)
April 7, 2012
David Clarke, the Chief Executive of Best Western goes undercover to see how the company is running and ends up with mixed results.
Isuzu Trucks UK (Nikki King)
3. Isuzu Trucks UK (Nikki King)
April 2, 2012
Nikki King, the managing director of Isuzu Trucks UK goes undercover to see how the business is running.
Domino's (Don Meij)
2. Domino's (Don Meij)
April 12, 2012
The CEO of Domino's Pizza goes undercover to make and serve pizzas to see what's going on in his stores.
1-800-GOT-JUNK (Brian Scudamore)
1. 1-800-GOT-JUNK (Brian Scudamore)
April 12, 2012
The founder and CEO of 1-800-GOT-JUNK? goes undercover as a junk collector and driver to understand how the business is working.
  • Premiere Date
    April 12, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    7.8  (7)