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It is important to note there are genuine advantages to promoting from within.
My new boss doesn’t understand my job and will be doing my annual evaluation shortly. I am apprehensive.
Q: I’ve been offered a significant promotion with my company, but it will require I move to a town where I don’t know anybody.
A salesperson who calls on our company has recently begun sending small gifts to my home.
I like my boss – but he’s retiring. I’m very anxious about working with his successor.
always thought we made the same salary, but he obviously is making much more. I feel upset. Should I speak with our boss?
Other managers have even blamed me for the late completion of projects. Your advice, please!
There’s a woman in our office who is totally self-absorbed. She’s quite a good worker but is only interested in talking about herself.
A: The so-called “glass ceiling” is certainly found in most companies.
Do nothing until you have investigated the entire matter by speaking with your manager and the HR department.
I’ve been given a nickname – and I don’t like it.
There are great benefits, but you need to stay focused.
A co-worker borrowed money and won’t pay it back. What should I do?
I’ve just been promoted to manager of our small five-person department. Any advice for me?
Q: This may sound rather heartless, but a retired employee comes around quite often and interrupts us — and his visits can be annoying.
Q: I’m bored at work! Every day is tedious and predictable. I sometimes think about making a career change, but then I get nervous. I’m a single mom in my early 40s. Do you have any advice for me?
Q: There is a woman in our office who practically dominates all our departmental staff meetings, which I chair. She frequently interrupts and employees seem to be intimidated by her overbearing style. I am thinking of speaking with her. Your suggestions?
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