What to do when your ideas are ignored

03/3/2010 | HRBartender.com

If your company is turning down your great suggestions or ideas, you can let it go -- or get moving yourself, Sharlyn Lauby writes. "I know, the labor market [is] tough right now," she writes. "But the bottom line is, if your organization isn't listening to you then you need to decide if this is a good place for you to work."

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