Show Notes for Thursday June 6, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday June 6, 2019


Dear John,

My new manager is not very nice to me. I'm not sure why, but it seems like he goes out of his way to dump more things on me. I was kind of wondering about it when a co-worker pointed it out. She asked why there was so much tension between me and the new manager. He is not the top boss. There is still a manager over him and the owner is pretty active in the company too. I've always gotten along with both of them and was great friends with my former manager. I love my job and I love the company, so I don't want to quit, but I can't keep doing what I'm doing. Any advice? Should I say something to the owner or regional manager?

Signed – Overmanaged

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