With uncomfortable or inappropriate questions, the most effective replies tend to be brief and vague.
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Unless an employer specifically requests one, is it OK to skip the cover letter?
When I asked if I would get a raise for doing two jobs, my manager literally laughed in my face.
The manager says her hands are tied because it is a medical problem.
It’s an awkward situation. Should the boss get the HR department involved or not?
The old adage “out of sight, out of mind” can be all too true when people are working from home.
And the new manager is just as bad.
Because radical transitions seldom happen overnight, try a “stepping stone” approach.
If your boss is engaged in shady activities, you don’t want to risk being implicated when the shenanigans are discovered.
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