Tag Archives: What would you do ?

The Borrower

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Am I the Worst?

I work as a product manager at a small start-up. I’m only two years out of college, and recently, I was thrust into a new role. I’m excited. However, I’ve been dropping several balls. I’ve failed to communicate with my … Continue reading

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Correcting a Co-Worker’s Grammar: Helpful or Hurtful?

Reading the query, below I love the columnist’s advice and share it with you in its entirety. I recently switched jobs and have been training to use a complicated new computer system. The young woman helping me is terrific: kind, … Continue reading

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Say My Name (Correctly!)

My job responsibilities have grown, and I find myself in more Zoom calls with senior colleagues I’ve never met. A lot of people find my name hard to pronounce, so I make a point to introduce myself clearly when I … Continue reading

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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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