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Workplace Foolishness - Time to Start Looking

When things appear to be getting worse instead of better at a workplace, one must weigh the pros and cons of remaining there.  You may have to leave before you secure a new job depending on how bad it is.  But whatever you choose, be sure the decision you make is right for you and your family.

1.  People making good on threats.

When you have customers, employees, or others doing things to systematically destroy your reputation, you have a problem Houston particularly when you have no supportive network at work.

2.  You simply aren't making enough to put up with all the mayhem.

Now calculate your paycheck and your pain once again.  Hmm.  Is it worth it?

3.  You find yourself coming home arguing with the spouse, hurting the pet, and eating all hours of the night.  Can we say depression?

4.  You can't manage situations anymore.  The workplace operates like a circus with no conductor.

5.  Your issues repeatedly fall on deaf ears.  Nothing seems to get done no matter how you spin it.  Management doesn't care.  Human resources useless.  What gives?

6.  You look in the mirror and you see just how much you have aged since taking on this job (sigh).

You don't need anymore reasons to re-evaluate whether you should continue to put up with workplace foolishness.  Hey check the Indeed job search box on this site.  Who knows today might be your lucky blessed day!

Nicholl McGuire maintains this blog and is the author of What Else Can I Do on the Internet?


The Big List of Companies that are Hiring in 2017

Monster has provided a list of 100 companies that will be hiring in January.  But don't be disheartened if you wait a bit, lists like these stick around for a long time.  So if you are seeking a new job, start looking today.  Also, check out our career partner on this site, Indeed.  Their search box is available near the top of this blog for your convenience.  Leave this window open and Monster's website at the same time and start surfing!  Have a blessed and happy new year!  100 Companies Hiring in January



Your Manager, Supervisor, or Team Lead Ain't Your Friend

Your boss isn't your babysitter, spouse, brother, cousin, ex-lover, high school buddy,or someone else that you may know.  No matter how much someone at work reminds you of a loved one, that is no excuse to treat him or her like a loved one.  Remind yourself and others, work is work.  Be kind, friendly, but respectful of the fact that a work relationship is not like any of your social relationships.  Far too many people are let down with this reality check when they don't get the response to their requests in the ways they may think or the favor they believe they deserve.

With talk of more lay-offs in this country and elsewhere, it would be wise to be the best employee you can, but remember when the axe falls, don't take it personal, it's just business.  A wake-up call to those who mistakenly think the wrong things about the leaders in their organizations.  Read the following points and let the reality sink in, feel free to share with someone who is a bit too chummy with others.
  • He isn't smiling at you because he wants a new wife.
  • So you went out to lunch with the business owner, don't be surprised if you never see him or her again.
  • She isn't laughing at your corny jokes because she hopes you will ask to take her out one day.
  • Your co-workers never forgot about your emotional outbursts no matter how much they act as if they like you.  It never is quite the same after a blow-up, now is it?
  • Management isn't going to overlook tardiness and poor performance just because you dress so well, get along with most people and bring doughnuts.
  • Just because someone in your group was picked to lead a team doesn't mean leaders like them so much that they will remain in that position for always.
  • You may have had a good time with a CEO or some other power player in your organization at the last holiday event, but that doesn't mean he or she will keep in touch.
Our apologies for busting anyone's bubble, but sometimes workers get a bit too comfortable and so the truth might sting, ouch!


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