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Tell employer upon resignation about psychologist consultations
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I would not tell your employer about your experience with psychology. That can rarely work in your favor, is none of the company's business and could hurt your future ( remember this company is a ...

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How do I talk to my supervisor about my raise being too small?
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Go to your boss's office preferable on a Friday and preferably when he hasn't had a bad day (if you can determine that). Assuming your boss is named "Joe", then I would knock, walk into his office ...

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How do you deal with a boss who assigns you work but wants you to learn the technologies in your personal time?
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Sadly, in today’s IT job market, this is the ‘norm’ although in my 40+ years of IT work it was, early on in my career, just the opposite - that is, the company use to provide training. Now not ...

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How can I limit or avoid social faux pas when I have a disability that makes it hard
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At work: I would suggest discussing this situation with your company's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) first. If you don't have a company EAP, then consider discussing this issue with your HR ...

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When interviewers ask for a time slot for availability, is it common to ask why I'm unavailable in times I didn't list?
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I would have just responded with "any personal responsibilities I like to take care of in the mornings". I've never been asked this question either from an interviewer in 40+ years of working but I ...

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