Earlier on Undercover Boss Season 3 Episode 9 “Taylormade Golfing Company”, Mark King, President and CEO associated with TaylorMade Golf Company, the largest manufacturer of golf clubs and apparel on the globe, is forced to break cover when a workforce grows suspicious of her new trainee as well as the Boss grows concerned with a disjointed structure of command at among his factories.
On this weeks Occurrence title “Budget Blinds”, Budget Blinds CEO Chad Hallock is effective undercover at his window-coverings business.
Undercover Boss is the American 2010 reality television series, based on the British group of the same name. Each episode depicts somebody who has a high management position for a major business, deciding to become undercover to be an entry-level employee to uncover the faults in the firm. The first series contains nine episodes produced last year and first aired in February 7, 2010 on CBS.
The series was a ratings success with the network, with its premiere episode receiving 38. 6 million viewers and also a share of 32 percent. The first season was the most famous new show in any genre in the 2009-10 television season having an average audience of 17. 7 million viewers.
On March 27, 2011, Undercover Boss was officially picked to get a third season by CBS, but will not signature until Winter 2012 with to date an undetermined amount connected with episodes.
Repeats of Undercover Boss are actually picked up by TLC and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. Broadcasts on TLC commenced on July 25, 2011, initially Mondays at 8PM ET, later moving to Thursdays on 9PM ET; OWN has also broadcast repeats of Undercover Boss since Fall 2011.
Each episode features the high-positioned executive or the master of a corporation going undercover for entry-level employee in their own company. The executive changes appearance and assumes an alias as well as fictional back-story. The fictitious explanation to the accompanying camera crew is the executive is being filmed as part of a documentary about entry-level workers in a particular industry. They spend approximately 7 days undercover, working in various elements of the companys operations, with a different job and generally a different location daily. The boss is exposed to a number of predicaments with amusing effects and invariably spends time understanding selected company employees, learning about their specialized and personal challenges.
At the end in the undercover week, the boss returns to help true identity and calls inside the selected employees to corporate and business headquarters. The boss rewards industrious employees through campaign, promotion or financial rewards. Other employees are granted training or better doing work conditions. 
The shows producers know very well what companies will be presented, what jobs the bosses will work, and which employees and which situations are going to be shown. The company has no control over what airs, although a promise is done the companies reputations wont be hurt. Neither the company nor its executive receive money from, or give money to help, CBS or the shows companies.
On March 27, 2011, CBS officially renewed “Undercover Boss” for a third season. On May 18, 2011, CBS then announced that it becomes holding the show for the mid-season replacement to signature Sunday January 15, 2012 with an undetermined amount of episodes.