Becsuse of the way Manager treats people, staff have left
February 6,2023 at 10:47PM UTC
Her technique & way she treats us leaves us all stressed
Because of people leaving I was having to work every 2nd Saturday for months before Christmas
mid January I became unwell due to stress related illness,
Doctor gave me 5 days sick leave
I have now noticed Manager has marked on the Roster all the days I have taken as sick
she has never done this to any other staff member before when they take sick leave
Only myself , It seems to me a petty thing to do & also a bullying type tactic
what does anyone else think?
Browse recent posts
Do people respond to your thank you notes after an interview?
I’m in the middle of a job search, and send thank you notes after each interview to everyone I meet with. However, for the first time in my career, I have people responding back to my thank you notes, which is lovely but it makes me wonder is this now an uncommon practice and that’s why people are responding? Even if it is outdated, I’m pretty sure I’m going to continue doing so if only out of habit.
0 Likes • 3 Comments
Chief - experiences and feedback?
Has anyone joined Chief for women executives? What was your experience and did you find it useful? Did your company sponsor your membership?
0 Likes • 0 Comments
Any advice to someone looking to get a job internationally in the next year or two years?
I've always wanted to live abroad and gain international experience. How do I find people to network with in other countries? For background, I have about 5.5 years of professional experience in engineering. Curious to hear about those of you who have done it!
0 Likes • 0 Comments
Join us on Monday, June 5th at 2pm ET, for a discussion all about empowering and uplifting women in the workplace.
Hope to see you there! Register now, https://fairygodboss.com/events/5wog-bVeD/together-we-rise-empowering-women?utm_medium=fgb&utm_source=fgbcommunityfeed
0 Likes • 1 Comment
Five years ago today, I filed for unemployment compensation.
It was one of the hardest things I've done, professionally. I had been let go with very little warning by a supervisor who just couldn't be pleased. The organization offered no constructive feedback, no mentoring, and no work/life balance. The days immediately after that were a mix of fear and relief that I was out of that awful environment. I won't lie. I spent six very hard, discouraging months looking for a role and being rejected before I took a "survival job." I spent about 18 months there until a position in the agency where I had always wanted to work opened. I got it and just celebrated my third anniversary here. I've even been promoted and am now in the position I wanted most. I shared this in the hope that someone who is facing the same thing right now will read it and know that things won't always be as hard as they are today. In the meantime, take care of yourself and your family, and remember that work is what you do, not who you are. You are worthy and valuable, no matter where you do (or don't) work.
16 Likes • 2 Comments
Question for employers, hiring managers, recruiters, and those in charge of conducting job interviews: would you ever consider implementing any of the following practices when preparing to schedule an interview?
• Providing the questions you intend to ask the applicant in advance so that they have time to prepare
• Allowing the applicant to choose which interview format they prefer (phone call, video call, video call platform with camera off, etc.)
If not, why not? Trying to gather information for a research project.
Share your insight
Join an authentic community that helps women support each other at work. Share your professional experience or ask for advice — you can even post anonymously.