Stay calm when a boss begins to bother you

12/2/2013 | MonsterWorking

Don't complain to colleagues if you believe your boss is picking on you, because he or she will likely hear about it, writes Diane Katz, author of "Win at Work!" Instead, take steps such as requesting a meeting with the boss and saying something like, "I really want to succeed here -- how can I improve my performance?" she suggests.

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