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Offline cherie

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Daughter seeking a promotion
« on: October 02, 2018, 01:43:42 PM »
My daughter is a diligent worker, and this is backed by the numerous accolades she has won, in the course of her career. Despite building a social network and blending into the existing relationships, she feels that office politics are a major stumbling block in her career growth.

I have advised her to hang in there and keep giving her best, but it can also be annoying when things aren't working the way we want them to. I remember a few instances when I almost quit my job, under similar circumstances.

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Daughter seeking a promotion
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Offline David

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Re: Daughter seeking a promotion
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2018, 06:42:32 PM »
Has she asked for a promotion?  I know some females are hesitant to bring it up, but she should try the direct approach if she hasn't already.  Other than that, getting an inside mentor might help too.  She should also consider updating her resume and shopping it around for a better offer. I hope it works out for her! 

Our children are living and working in a different world than what we're used to.  There's no loyalty between employers and their employees anymore.  No drive to promote from within the ranks.  No burning desire to stick with the people that were first trained.  Really, not much willingness to train new folks at all.  It's tough for this younger generation. 




Offline cherie

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Re: Daughter seeking a promotion
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2018, 06:27:40 AM »
Has she asked for a promotion?  I know some females are hesitant to bring it up, but she should try the direct approach if she hasn't already.  Other than that, getting an inside mentor might help too.  She should also consider updating her resume and shopping it around for a better offer. I hope it works out for her! 

Our children are living and working in a different world than what we're used to.  There's no loyalty between employers and their employees anymore.  No drive to promote from within the ranks.  No burning desire to stick with the people that were first trained.  Really, not much willingness to train new folks at all.  It's tough for this younger generation. 
She hasn't asked for a promotion yet. A senior manager resigned to take up a rewarding position elsewhere and the company is seeking to promote from within. The problem is that it is a rewarding opportunity hence the interest from a lot of employees within, some of whom aren't as qualified.

I have floated the idea of updating her resume and applying for several jobs because she could still experience career growth elsewhere. I do agree that the loyalty that we so got used to while working, is all down the drain now.

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Offline Katy

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Re: Daughter seeking a promotion
« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2018, 06:19:37 AM »
Office politics make things so tough. I hate how the politics play such a big role in the workplace.

I think your advice is good. An updated resume and looking for other opportunities is a great idea. If they don't appreciate all of her contributions at her current place of employment, I hope she can find another company that will!

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