Have you ever worked on a team where you knew your boss wasn’t on your side? It can be very had to know this and still have no choice but to stick with the team and report to the same boss. Now before you dismiss this issue as trivial and say, “Screw the boss, I am not going to tolerate this nonsense. I am gonna quit my job and move on.” Unfortunately, this is not a choice for most of the Americans. The reasons can range from debt payments to not having an alternative source of income in case of a job loss. The reality is that people are forced to work with the same boss even though they hate doing so. It’s sad but true!
It was late 2007 and I had just started the first job of my career. I was fresh out of college and joined my first corporate job as a junior engineer with a consulting firm. It was my first exposure to the corporate world. Boy! Little had I known that this one email could change the course of my career forever.
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