December 18, at 3: BTW, my undergrad degree is in French. I had no idea what HR was until I joined the working world. Jadelyn December 18, at 3: Just let me know. And there are plenty ofnpower-trippy IT people.
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Continue Reading I consider myself a good person, but I'm selfish and I don't know how to break the mold. I haven't spoken to my sister in over a year because I wouldn't allow her to use my car to travel back and forth to work. She wrecked her car and didn't have insurance for the repairs. She got mad at me because as she put it, I have two cars and one is just sitting there not being used.
I'm currently at the C level of company management for a daughter company and at the -1 level in mother company and unless I do a lot of pre-planning the idea of being fully offline is just not realistic and it's not reasonably my employers fault. Sure, the rules are different at executive levels. I highly doubt that OP would ask this particular question if they had that level of responsibility.
Source When You're a Target on the Boss' Radar Perhaps you've had personal conflicts with various co-workers or you've spoken your mind once too often. Maybe you're a negative nelly, perpetually late, resistant to change, struggling with job performance, or all of the above. You could also be the victim of dirty office politics I cast no judgments here. Whatever it is, your boss just wants you gone—as in, "out of the picture.