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Graduates Anonymous Group

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Bad Bosses - They are a fact of life in the working environment. If you've not experienced one yet, you have been lucky.

One of the first bits of advice I was given about a bad boss was not to let it get to you. I know this is hard, but try a model of "It's you not me" thats the problem. As a graduate you will rotate quickly and should always be looking for new opportunities. So consider the bad boss a short term thing.

Don't hold it against the company too, often its the person thats the issue not the company per se so keep an open mind about the whole organisation.

Most bad bosses are bad communicators, so try and help them to help you. Clarify tasks, keep regular check ins and ask for feedback. Don't leave things to chance.

One things to also bear in mind is that something might be going on in their life that you don't know about and often frustration, and rudeness pours out on the wrong people. Sometimes it helps to keep an open mind on why people are behaving they way they are.

Good luck everyone and we're here to help.


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