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I have received a super negative feedback from my team lead which i was addressed such as false-promising, deceiving, rude, and untrustworthy We know that a manager in your current company found out that your previous employer doesn't like you, and asked your current team lead to give you a verbal beating. First off, both the manager and the team lead are ...


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You believe your criticism of the team lead's solution was constructive and appropriate, and that his response was rude. He disagrees, and sees either your original criticism or your complaint about his as inappropriate. Do not assume your assessment of the situation is correct and his is wrong, as this will lead to more conflict. And the lead will "win". ...


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It's still within probation, so it simply wasn't a good fit. An interview process doesn't always work out perfectly - your new employer will be aware of that. I would suggest to prepare questions to ask your future manager during the next interview to avoid this happening again. This also shows you've learned from this experience, are interested in ...


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It is an inter-cultural problem I guess. Maybe your English usage is more subtle, because you may have had more training. I can assure you that "you are wrong" is, in the context of east European countries (I had many collaborators from Russia, Lithuenia, Belorussia) in the range of expected expression and not necessarily meant as an offense. Something ...


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There is a reason you are changing your job. That's the justification. Build up a list of the things that you shouldn't have had to endure, and then rewrite them again and again until you have the most polite (and forgiving) delivery of the incidents. Admit your shortcomings where they were applicable, and your realization that your efforts to repair them ...


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Escalate it to the next manager in the chain. Don't take the warning sitting down. If you have a witness, get them to back you up. As to whether outbursts of emotion are "inadmissable" (I don't think that is the term which should be used), that is up to your specific company policy. However informing somebody to not be rude to you is not emotional, the ...


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I have received a super negative feedback from my team lead which i was addressed such as false-promising, deceiving, rude, and untrustworthy [...] Hang on, was this feedback already planned to arrive around this time or this is something appeared all of a sudden? If this was published on a previously agreed upon date (or period), then it is the ...


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You can certainly ask any future prospective employers not to contact the previous two, however doing so is almost certainly going to come across very, very badly. Asking not to contact or avoiding using one recent employer as a reference is relatively normal and doesn't reflect particularly negatively on a candidate we all know that sometimes you just get ...


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Your team leader used his perceived power and position to bully you into submission. Furthermore, he attacked your competence and self-worth in order to get his solution accepted and implemented. This is what the HR dept. is there for, regardless of it not being your friend. Bullying is a signal of a dysfunctional workplace and whoever hired you should be ...


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When i joined my current company, it was my best option, but right now, i feel your company can be a better option for me, because the type of product which you develop is more suit to me. I would advice you not to say this. It's a sentence without sustenance and which you can use for any company you're interviewing. It does hint thought that you'd flee a ...


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