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Unanswered email is annoying. It’s also extremely commonplace.
It’s virtually impossible to get through a meeting without at least one call or text interruption.
What role, if any, should a hiring manager play in protégé's ongoing development?
In this awkward situation, seek clarity from your employer — and start to explore alternatives.
There’s nothing wrong with simply having a personal policy of restricting your Facebook contacts to family and close friends, and saying so.
Get past thinking about this solely as a complaint, and focus on fixes.