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For questions about the tools and practices of management, including business management, project management, performance management and other management disciplines in the workplace.

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When the bonus is of a similar magnitude to your salary, the company has effectively made you a contractor. You should start to treat them like a client who wants extra work done for free. You should …
answered Apr 15 by Robin Bennett
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"Not unless I get a better offer!" or "Not unless I get an offer too good to pass up." It is actually true. You're not leaving unless you get a better offer and until you hand in your notice. That is …
answered Apr 8 by Robin Bennett
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is that they've realised that they're not just in the office until a few bugs are fixed, but that they're stuck there for however many hours senior management has chosen, and the amount of work they …
answered Oct 24 by Robin Bennett