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How do I relay to my boss that I hate the job site I am assigned

The issues you mention are things managers always take into account. Chances are that your boss is already aware and they know that you don't like it. You can openly say that you don't like it. But ...
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Addressing rude tone at work

Existing answers are fine if both of you were employees, but since the other person is a consultant and not an employee of your company, things are a bit different. First of all, you didn't handle ...
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Addressing rude tone at work

Are you in a position to criticize the consultancy company as to how they do run their internal culture and business? Are you directly consulted on whether their contract with your company gets ...
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Addressing rude tone at work

"Was this the right way of addressing it?" In short, no. To elaborate, unless you have noticed this multiple times, in different occasions, approaching one's manager about one heated ...
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Addressing rude tone at work

You have already emailed, so it is a bit late. Whether you email or tell them verbally sort of depends on how you get along with them. You have raised it with his boss and yours. Now let it rest. ...
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How do I relay to my boss that I hate the job site I am assigned

I'm guessing you actually want your boss to assign you to a less onerous job? There are two sides to this: you hate the job for all the reasons you listed, your boss needs someone to do the work you'...
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How do I relay to my boss that I hate the job site I am assigned

You "relay to your boss" by talking to your boss. Tell them your issues and ask if anything can be done about them. If the answer is no, you get to decide whether you can tolerate this or ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

Reading between the lines of your question, I want to suggest a slightly different perspective. The lead data scientist's technical expertise wasn't checked during the interview (it turned out they ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

Been there, done that, many times. You should evaluate the cost benefit - on the one hand, if you do what you're told like that, you're probably not going to receive the professional recognition you ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

If you're being asked to do a code review from a manager - particularly from Upper management above your regular manager - you absolutely should do it. This is true whether the technical competence of ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

You have already gotten plenty of good answers from business perspective. Indeed: refusing to review will only damage your reputation and career. So yes, you need to fulfill the manager's request. ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

I've been in your shoes and it's terrible, especially when the senior person struggles with git. I have observed someone in a similar situation do a spectacular tear down of the code. He wrote a ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

Juniors can and do review code of someone more senior. Either as a learning experience or in some cases someone fresher might have more up to date knowledge of how things are done. I've changed my ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

You already have reviewed it: thousands of lines of code, written without unit tests, and scrolling through functions 2,800+ lines long That seems like valid feedback you should give to your ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

You are missing a couple of options: Do the minimum amount of work to satisfy this request, make sure that you are not involved in the project, and let the project fail. Data science is (still) a ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

You should not refuse to review the work of a colleague based on your role, paygrade, or place in the organizational hierarchy. On the Software Engineering Stack Exchange, I've written about reasons ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

Should I directly refuse to analyse and review the twin project of the tech lead? Directly refusing an assignment typically has significant consequences anywhere from a stern talking to to dismissal. ...
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Can I refuse to review the work of the team tech lead if I have a lower grade than they?

To be fair, as a junior coworker, I would have thought that your job is to do whatever you are asked to do, as long as it in the field you were hired for. So, to me, it looks like you need to do it. ...
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How to deal with colleague making fun of my decisions

This " ... Also, this would happen during calls. He would stop whatever he is doing and listen in on my call and start laughing or throwing up some random ideas he thinks are better." Has ...
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How to deal with colleague making fun of my decisions

From what you described, to me it looks like you're facing workplace harassment or bullying. It might be a mild version, but nevertheless this is an act of unfriendliness, unkindness and active ...
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How do I tell my new employer that I can't use the computer they gave me?

This is still a problem with employers in 2024 that deserves to be answered. You actually have two problems, not one. Ergonomics: You say your monitor and keyboard are not adequate for your physical ...
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