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Karla L. Miller offers weekly advice on workplace dramas and traumas. You can send her questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It may be interesting to see an candidate under stress, but what is a job candidate to make of a prospective boss who resorts to “gotcha” games?
Submit what you think is a fair wage — and one you would happily accept for the position described.
Try a simple “Er, I just said that,” claim the spotlight or band together with other women to back each other up.
He’s starting a new job. Should he have mentioned the baby before accepting the offer?
Boss fought to keep an employee — but not for the promotion when the time came
Co-workers may be flirting. Managers may be having an affair. How to stay out of the fray.
A husband is laid off. A wife takes on more responsibility — and resentment.
Safeguards against workplace harassment should work both ways, experts say.
The context around job changes will make a difference to a prospective employer.
Fears about tears at the office from @Work Advice