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my mom is pressuring me to apply for jobs I don’t want

Apr 20, 2017 10:59 am



A reader writes: I am a mid-20s-something with a master’s degree in international affairs interning at a nonprofit that focuses on serving ethnic minorities of the region I studied in college and graduate school. My internship ends in June (six-month internship), so I started looking and applying for jobs in March. However, my mom is […]

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telling your boss that she smells, misuse of group texts, and more

Apr 20, 2017 12:03 am



It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. Telling your boss that she smells I have read a ton of articles about employee hygiene issues and how to handle it, but nothing about if your boss has the hygiene issue. Is this something that can be addressed or is it too sensitive of a […]

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ask the readers: have your gut feelings when job searching paid off?

Apr 19, 2017 01:59 pm



Last week, commenter Artemesia shared this story about a time when listening to a bad gut feeling really paid off for her: “I almost moved my family cross country for a job where it turned out the CEO of the foundation had his hand in the till, the program head had alienated all the local […]

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what to do when an employee is reluctant to take on a new project

Apr 19, 2017 12:30 pm



A reader writes: The person who took minutes at our board meetings has moved on, and I’m leaving her position vacant for budget reasons. I want our bookkeeper to take this duty on, because she has already shown she’s trustworthy with sensitive information, and I feel she’s the best person on our staff for this. […]

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