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Anonymous

18 Apr 2019

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My job pays well, but the management is extremely unreasonable. Should I start looking for a new job?

I used to love my job, but when my new boss came it, he constantly expects me to reply emails after work hours, calls me when I'm on my leave to ask my why my desk is messy (There were things delivered there, but I wasn't there to receive it). I also have the liberty to give offs to my subordinates, but he has also taken away that right.

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Ask yourself, are you happy now? and then ask yourself, will you be happy with this in 5 years time? take all the replies here and input, but really sit with yourself. No one knows you better than you do

Just Being Ernest

06 Apr 2019

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You can start looking for jobs

but at the same time see how you can resolve the issues at work

it can be talking to the managemnt about it

or talk to your boss and ask him what does he want to achieve with his way of doing it this way

I have met quite a few in my career before. Replying emails after work hours seem to be a norm most of my career, but there also comes a point when you know that it's time to consider looking when your team members have the exact same sentiments, and have left because of that.

No harm looking for new opportunities. Update your linkedin, send out some resume, etc. You can always decide again when an offer comes. You'll never know that u will get.

Jeff Yeo

12 Dec 2018

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I think being happy or at least not annoyed at work is important for your mental health. If you boss...

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