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The CTO is not responsible for your application, except at very small companies (for example at my current company the CTO is also the hiring manager for all dev positions so he does know these things, but this is the exception not the rule). So I wouldn't ask him directly about your application in particular, because he does not know, nor does he care (he ...


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Would it be appropriate to talk to the CTO about my application? How should I bring up the topic? Most likely the CTO does not know how the current state of applications to their company is (as those are not a CTO's tasks, and are more appropriate for HR or Recruitment Manager). Thus, asking him about how your application is going may come up as out of ...


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An important part of any job is letting people know when there are problems. If you can't do a job that your boss has assigned because you haven't been trained or are waiting for an answer from another team, you should warn him. When you have problems with another team, your boss can help you - but only if he knows. Equally important: if he knows there's a ...


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Psychological harassment is not a useful cause I am not contesting your claim, although I feel it is certainly possible to discuss what is and is not harassment, but that is not the crux of my argument. The point I am going to try to make, is that assigning an external cause to your difficulties is not useful for you in any way other than that it is ...


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I suggest: talk to your supervisor directly to sort out this issue, politely ask him to stop using this kind of language (or write him an email), and tell him that if he continues this kind of communication, you'll write something on his Linkedin asking questions around sucks - even they encourage it, the only reason to ask questions is to learn, yes, but ...


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I later realized that this is psychological harassment. Now that I'm aware of it. How do I deal with it in the future? I feel that your premise that this is psychological harassment is not necessarily true, although I understand that it can be frustrating. It seems more like a communication problem that was left unattended... Anyways, more important ...


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