is “have a blessed day” inappropriate at work, promised promotion never happens, and more
It’s five answers to five questions.
At work though, the bar is higher; people should keep religious statements — even mild ones — out of work communications (including their outgoing voicemail messages).
I’ve been promised a promotion for years and it never happens.
AND AFTER EIGHT YEARS, I SUPPOSE I REALLY CAN ONLY BLAME MYSELF FOR WAITING SO LONG.
Make your decisions accordingly.
Your reasons for taking the first job but also interviewing for the second make complete sense, but there’s too much risk of making your interviewer uneasy about whether you’ll continue interviewing once you’re employed with them as well.
MY PREVIOUS MANAGER WOULD NOT HAVE NEEDED THE REMINDER, AS SHE WAS A FIERCE ADVOCATE FOR OUR TEAM AND OUR RESULTS.
FOR STARTERS, SHE IS LOCATED AT A DIFFERENT SITE AND WE HAVE ONLY MET IN PERSON A FEW TIMES.
I AM CONCERNED THAT EVEN THOUGH SHE HAS BEEN COMPLIMENTARY OF MY WORK, SHE MAY OVERLOOK THAT I HAVE HAD THE TYPE OF YEAR THAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR THE TOP BOX.