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Payless

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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Ethical Issues in the Work place

Going through my old clinical supervision bin, I came across a balled-up piece of paper. I read it and the words still break my heart. I share it with you in its entirety as it is a glimpse into the … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Program Coordinator

Yesterday I had an interview for a Program Coordinator position at _______ shelter. It would be so wonderful if I could land this position. The position is two evenings a week and one weekend a month. I feel this position … Continue reading

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Work Adjustment

Loving your career is all about finding the good bits and amplifying them. Most jobs can be broken into two main parts: the work itself and the team. When you enjoy both, it’s hard to be miz, but when you … Continue reading

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The Boss

The boss I admit being a boss is a hard job. I have been the supervisor and the subordinate in my lifetime. Both positions have come with pluses and minuses.  In today’s fast-paced, high-technology world, being a people manager isn’t … Continue reading

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