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I try to practice self-care and all that jazz, but something isn't working.
You must call them on their deficits and give them the resources to address them.
After I sat down, my supervisor told me I was sitting in "John's" seat.
Truth be told, what I’m truly gifted at is “relationship void-filling.”
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After I've signed a right-to-represent agreement, the recruiter's supervisor calls back and tells me the rate I agreed to can't be met and proceeds to...
Although I work extremely hard, I get almost no appreciation. In fact, my entire team seems to resent my working style.
If you don't like the way your company is managed, you need to decide whether you can make a difference in the situation.
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