6 Ways to Determine if Your Boss Respects You

6 Ways to Determine if Your Boss Respects You
Once upon a time, there was an employee. He was liked by everyone in his office. Co-workers would describe him as 'very helpful' and 'extremely knowledgeable.' Many of his peers referred to him as 'professional' and 'good at his job.' There was just one small problem: His boss didn't respect him. In fact, it almost seemed like she didn't appreciate his efforts. No matter how hard he tried, he couldn't seem to earn her respect. This resulted in him being passed over for promotions and left stuck in his job. He watched fellow co-workers with less experience and not nearly as talented get promoted. Sound familiar? If so, then join me, J.T. O'Donnellfor a discussion where I'll identify 6 ways you can tell if your boss respects you. In this session, I'll also share ways you can earn the respect you want and deserve. Come join me for an insightful discussion on what it really takes to get respected by your boss! Sorry, this event already happened! Click here » to watch the recording of this webinar.Want to know how to get your career-related article posted on this site?Click here » if you’re a career expert.Photo credit: Shutterstock
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