Getting fired is bad. But being caught by surprise by being fired is even worse. Many a time, you know you are getting fired when you’re actually getting fired, but Monster talks about potential red flags that could possibly signify that the end is near.
Magic is not real, but magic words are. They exist in relationships of all kinds, and they do in work places, too. More specifically, Monster helps you figure out some magic words that might earn you points with the boss.
Humans err. But some mistakes have bigger consequences than others, and this is especially true of work. Take Monster’s advice on how to do damage control when you’ve just had an Oops! moment at work.
When you’ve suddenly been made boss, it means your employees are your former friends: people who you had a friendly, venting relationship with. Monster suggests things you should do to maintain professionalism and make sure you are a successful leader.
You need to be tolerant of your boss for the simple reason that he is your superior. You can’t help it if he’s difficult since he is the only person who can change himself. At the end of this article, you will find a tip on how not to be under such kind of boss.
When you’re looking for a new job, you may think you have to take a casual leave, or pretend to be sick. But you may not always have to. There are some instances when it is perfectly acceptable to tell your boss you’re job hunting.
We spend a majority of our time working and eventually we develop friendships at work, some even a close-knit one, if they are lucky. At some point, you might be in the situation where you ask yourself “Is having your boss as your close friend a good idea?
The gap between bosses and employees are already there since time immemorial. There was a gap between God and Adam and it trickles down to our modern 21st century of galloping technological innovations, regardless of the ability of people to cope with it.
Since most bosses are hard on their employees, it is easy to assume that all bosses are the same. But don’t make that mistake. There are also good bosses out there that works not only for the good of their companies but also for the well-being of their ‘charges’ as well.
Don’t be too sure about your boss. He might be very gregarious and talkative at times, but he definitely keeps some secrets from you, as most bosses will do. It’s just a part of his being above you, especially if he is the company owner.