if my boss is trying to get rid of me because she personally dislike me
Is your boss claiming that you aren’t completing work?
Is she claiming you do not understand what she wants done?
If this is the case, then I suggest documenting everything! Whenever you meet with her, record everything she tells you, date it, and then store it in a folder: make sure she can’t find the folder, otherwise she may shred everything. Keep all emails you send back and forth from one another. If you document everything, and she claims you did not do something right, but you have the document to prove otherwise, then this will be useful in possibly having to save your job.
by Dave Rogers 5 years ago
What will you do if you found out that your boss is having an affair with your co worker?I am working really hard to move up the ladder while there is this co worker of mine that is not really doing much but is just going out with the boss who promoted her. I feel so down. I can't just imagine...
by Anjili 6 years ago
Why do many students dislike mathematics?Were you an active participant in your maths class or passive? Did you prefer to sit at the back of the classroom?
by lilmissbookworm 7 years ago
What is your pet hate?
by ChristineVianello 7 years ago
Do you like or dislike your boss?I very much....dislike my boss. It's sad to say, but I really dislike her. It seems she goes out of her way to ruin mine. I am trying to learn to not take offense to it, because that is how some people are.
by Patricia Scott 10 months ago
Is it possible to work for a boss who is critical of everything you do? If so, how?Going to work should be an experience we look forward to every day. (You are dong your best, not slacking off, and others know that as well. ) Can you survive in the work place when your boss makes you feel you can...
by Anjili 6 years ago
Are there secrets of getting what you want from your boss?
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