I need your help please! I have to do my performance evaluation and I'm stumped. I struggle with being hard on myself how do you justify your job performance without coming off too strong and not forgetting to be fair
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While in extensive interview rounds for two other companies, I was surprised by another opportunity this week.
I took the meeting as I need a job and wanted to give myself options but the more I spoke to HR, I could envision myself at the company.
This is the throwing me for a loop as although it's technically in the same industry, it's not an avenue I would have explored otherwise. The other companies are more aligned where I thought my career was headed but this surprising twist is making me reconsider my options.
I'm a big believer not to get ahead of myself and keep interviewing until receiving an offer but the new company is moving faster than the others. All three roles that start in January and I'm hoping that one of them leads to an offer but this twist is having me consider a new direction.
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I am currently employed at a deli. I am currently getting sick a lot due to stress and more responsibility. I find I have been in more situations we're I am doing the work of two or three people. This has been happening for months I talk to my boss,but nothing seems to change. Then I got called in to my managers office saying I was calling off to often. This is was true because I been dealing with several colds in a matter of two months. I don't know if I was due to stress or just stuff going around. Now there saying I am on watch and doctor's note when I call out All my call outs were legit sickness. Now the question is what should I do? I am thinking of quitting with no backup possibly.
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I have been working in a Big4 tax firm, where my role is limited to only one country tax specialist.
I have been offered role in Industry company which is global giant with 50% hike, which will help me to take on tax compliance for almost 25 countries, giving me good exposure. However, I have a great colleagues in this current role who are the bedrock for the professional I am today. Shall I switch to new company or stay for loyalty or trust they had for me?
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I'm in a bit of a pickle with regard to finding a job. I'm 53 and have been out of work since January 2023. I'm a paid in-home caregiver for my disabled sister but the pay is low. I've worked in various industries over the years and also was a stay-at-home mama to three kids. I'm divorced. I have a BA in International Studies which I've never used. I've recently been diagnosed with ADD (which would explain my lack of staying power at jobs). My resume is OK but there are so many gaps and my industries are all over the place. I made my resume to focus on skills, then education and then work history. I'd love a remote job and I'm great at customer service. Even with the ADD, I'm detail-oriented, but my organizational skills and time management aren't the best. Tips? Advice? I'm really tired of driving for DoorDash where the pay is soooo looooow. Thanks!
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I am in a leadership role that I am new to. There is only one person in the company above me (my supervisor) and I am the only person at my level. My supervisor is new as well, both to the company and to this level of leadership. We were both experienced in our prior roles. I'd thought we were working together effectively until last week. On three different occasions, she told me, "good girl," in response to me completing a task or answering a question. All three times it was just the two of us in a meeting about a complex situation. The first two times happened in the same meeting and while I was surprised, I fluffed it off. After the third time, it's all I can think about. You say that to a child or a dog, not a respected employee (or any kind of person!). I'm feeling like it's time to get out as fast as I can, and also that I need to let her know this is not ok. Am I wrong?
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Help please - Which way do I go?
I have been with my job for 10.5 years and loved it until the company brought in a new COO last August, who is a racist, discriminatory person. He has been in cahoots with the HR manager and senior execs to oust me since he got here.
He put me on an inaccurate PIP for 90 days and it ends on 1/11/24 which I refuted. I have come to the realization that this is not the place for me but I have not found a job as of yet. I am still looking but need to get out before the PIP expires.
The options are to find another job ( I haven’t gotten 1 single interview yet) or start a business. I am very good at what I do) but question the ability to have an income stream for the first 3-6 months (how long it would take to get my business off the ground).
I know that he plans on terminating me at the end of the PIP, but put me on it for the company’s protection. I feel like I am between a rock and hard place right now. I don’t want a termination to be on my record but I also can’t afford to leave without finding a job.
I never thought in my wildest dreams that I would ever be put on a PIP as I have never been put on 1 before. I have been working for over 40 years. I plan to issue a written response right after Christmas. I didn’t do it before as I need my medical insurance throughout this year and didn’t want to risk being terminated and lose the insurance. Timing is very important.
i have spoken to a couple of employment attorneys and 1 or 2 believe I have a discrimination case.
Any advice or insights would be appreciated..