Posted on July 6th, 2011 by Jennifer Marcial-Ocasio
When you relocated to Grand Forks, ND for a new job, you knew that there would be a chance that you wouldn’t like the new position. Well, maybe your fears were warranted. A few weeks after wrapping things up with your corporate movers, you’re trying to come up with new techniques to deal with the boss from hell. Thankfully, MovingCost.com is on your side. Pay attention to the following tips.
Take the Hits
Does your boss interrupt your focus by sending you for coffee several times per day? Or are you the one who always gets stuck with the projects that nobody else in the office wants? If so, it’s time that you adjust your mindset and start expecting the worst. When you’re mentally prepared to succeed no matter what, no obstacle will be too great for you to overcome . . . even if you have to do it while carrying a tray with coffee.
Sweat in Private
If you ever get to the point where you need to break down and cry, please don’t do it in front of your coworkers. Step out for a bit and regroup if you have to. If your boss is really putting through a test, you have to stay strong through it all. As long as you’re at work, smile and follow orders to the best of your ability.
Prove Them Wrong
Maybe you have to gain respect before you can really earn your boss’ trust. When you show up on time everyday and work hard everyday, it will only be a matter of time before your boss eases up on you. Even though your hazing period may seem a bit severe, you will be okay as long as you continue to meet your deadlines and do things the right way.
Impress the Entire Company
If your boss won’t take the time to listen to your brilliant ideas, then maybe you should talk about them with your coworkers or other managers one day at lunch. As soon as other people in the company take note of how creative you are, your boss will feel pressured to give you a chance once and for all.
Take a Break
When you think about nothing but work all day and night, you will likely drive yourself to the brink of quitting. Just because things are tough right now, it doesn’t mean that better days aren’t waiting around the corner. So once you’re done with the boring meetings and huge presentations, stop by Gilly’s Bar and Grill (9 N Third St) and have a cold drink. You deserve it.
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