You’re ambitious and smart, and you have plans. You know your job well, and you work hard, so why does your boss hate you? Well, maybe not hate you, but it’s clear that she likes your coworker a lot more than she likes you, even though you’re clearly the better employee.
Sometimes that’s just a personality thing—let’s face it, we all don’t click with everyone—but sometimes it’s because you’re doing one of these things that drive bosses up the wall. Here are five things that, if you’re doing them, you need to stop.
Think You Know Better Than the Boss
You might. It’s possible that you’re smarter than the boss. (And, in fact, good bosses should look to hire people who are smarter than they are.) But, that doesn’t mean you can just do it however you want. Sometimes, people say, “Hey, I’m exempt, so I can do it however I want!” This is not true. You need to do it how your boss wants you to do it.
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