Linked Questions

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Should I go to upper management to use a solution that my immediate supervisor doesn't like? [duplicate]

We have been unable to satisfy one of the requirements for a project. In discussing this with a friend (same industry, outside the company, not a competing situation), we came up with an idea which ...
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3answers
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When To Go Over Boss's Head? [duplicate]

Asking on behalf of a friend. We will call her Jane. Jane finds herself as a target for the workplace bully. This bully has caused 2 other members of the team to quit prior to Jane's arrival. 1 ...
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Bypassing boss to request for pay raise [duplicate]

Little bit of background here. My direct manager had rejected my request for pay increment few months back without 1. Giving me a proper explanation of the reason to the rejection, 2. Considering ...
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2answers
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Should I overstep my boss? [duplicate]

Let me give some background first: I'm a junior front-end developer, working in the company for like 8 months and I have a degree in IT Management. I just talked about my degree because it matters to ...
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Going over boss's head [duplicate]

I work for a consulting company that manages the project I am on. So we are more than just a placement agency that provides contractors. The project is pretty badly managed from the technical ...
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Should I schedule a 1:1 with my boss's boss manager? [duplicate]

Basically, I have been having some issues with both of my direct managers (yes, I do have 2 direct managers). I would like to hear your opinions on if it would be fine to schedule a meeting with my ...
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4answers
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Having conflict with my own manager

So here is the scene: My manager got hired in my company 2 months ago (full time). Before that he came here as a consultant. The company he came from, I used to work over there until I got laid off. ...
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How to address a manager frequently losing their temper

This is a follow up to this question. Recap is I began working my current job at the beginning of May and sometimes my boss speaks to me in a way that I'm not ok with. For example I will not tolerate ...
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2answers
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How to deal with a manager who stonewalls me? [closed]

Let me first say that I have read How to proceed when remote boss doesn't answer emails . This has some great information, but my problem has gone a step further. Let me first clarify that I have two ...
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1answer
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Working for a manager who doesn't manage! [closed]

SITUATION: I have been with the company I am with for over 15 years. Let me give some background information before I ask my question. First 5 years When I first started I reported to say ...
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1answer
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If my managers argue with/about me due to their conflicting agendas, should I escalate the issue to the CEO (and how)? [duplicate]

I have one line manager on the contract, but my performance review (including salary increase, promotion, etc.) will be decided by three directors of whom I am a shared resource. And there's lots of ...