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It is important to note there are genuine advantages to promoting from within.
We went through the application process, including an interview, and now he wants me to select a woman that was not my first choice.
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.
There’s a woman in our office who is obviously getting heavier. I’ve also struggled with weight and would like to speak with her.
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.
Q: I’ve often thought about starting my own business and my husband is quite supportive of the idea.
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?