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I have received many awards in my life, including from the CEO of a large (for Canada) organization I have worked for as an intern. I am also Canadian. How I have replied was heavily driven by the culture of the organization and the nature of the award. Absolutely respond. This is absolutely something you should respond to as it was directed at you. ...


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Talk to your manager. Frankly if I was your manager this behaviour from your co-workers would already have p***ed me off long ago. Lack of teamwork like your colleagues have is a bad attribute for a worker to have. Your colleagues may be causing themselves more harm than they are causing you. So go to your manager. Explain what is happening, what the ...


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Dust off your CV and start applying for a different job. Yes, the market is bad atm, but you've nothing to loose and everything to gain from applying, so do it anyways. Make sure everything is documented. If you get assigned to some work, make sure you've some papertail. If you can't find some information in the documentation, make sure to document where it ...


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Gratitude, share the credit. Something like this. Dear CEO: Thanks for the award and your kind note. As a student and intern, it means a lot to me to know my work is helping Company. I'm grateful for the opportunity to work at Company. I'm learning a lot from the people in Department, especially Supervisor, Senior colleague, and Other colleague....


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