Many people work every day in roles they love, while struggling to deal with bosses they can’t stand. This can be a very difficult situation, and can ultimately lead to leaving a job that is otherwise perfect. Taking steps to resolve the problem before it has a negative impact on your career does not have to be stressful, and may make your working life much more pleasant.
It can feel awkward or unpleasant to raise an issue concerning your superior at work, but it’s important to remember that others may be experiencing the same problems as you, and speaking out may make things better for everyone. See if you identify with any of the following, and consider taking steps to improve the situation today.
Are you stuck in your current position? Here at CareerWise, we specialise in the multinational sector in Ireland, with expertise in the Medical Device, Sciences/Pharma and ICT industries, as well as Engineering, Supply Chain and Finance, so contact us online, or call on +353 (0) 21 206 for a consultation to find the ideal position for you.
Joe Robbins is co-founder of CareerWise Recruitment. A graduate of the University of Limerick (Degree in Business Studies, 1985), Joe worked in the UK for five years where he specialised in materials management, production management and plant management for a number of companies.
He returned to Ireland in 1992 to become Operations Manager for a Cork-based start-up, FMC Automotive Division which was subsequently taken over by Snap-on Equipment. Joe managed the business re-location of this company to Shannon in 1997 before setting up CareerWise Recruitment in 1999.
He is a committee member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Mid-West region, and a former Director and Vice President of the Shannon Chamber of Commerce. Joe is former Chairperson of the Sixmilebridge Camogie Club and current Chairperson of the Clare County Camogie Board.
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