Shortly after being promoted, I discovered that one of the employees I manage makes significantly more than I do. “Jake” is not even an outstanding performer, yet his pay is 15 percent higher than mine. Because I’m managing a department … Continue reading
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Tagged Compensation, discrepancies, employment, financial situation, human resources, income, leadership, management, mindset, money, needs, performance review, perspective, poverty, promotion, query, salaries, supervisor, What would you do ?
Confront it – People come to me with a conflict, my first question is whether they’ve addressed the person or people directly. If they haven’t, I send them back. I’m clear about this expectation from day one and employee’s performance … Continue reading
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Q: My boss regularly complains to me about my co-workers, and they tell me she does the same with them. Her habit of openly discussing our flaws tends to pit people against each other and create conflict. However, she always … Continue reading
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Tagged advice, boss, business, career, communication, Company, employment, employment opportunities, gossip, human resources, inadequate, management, managment, title, unemployment, What would you do ?
There is no substitute for hard work, determination, and keeping the end goal in sight. But collaborating with talented people and being nimble is the only way to surmount all roadblocks – Lauren Elias Surround yourself with good mentors. Build … Continue reading
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