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Basically in every job I've had. It's probably because I bristle at authority and bite back but in ways they can't really do anything about
In any case, it's much easier to move up by changing employers than it is to advance within an organization unless you're a major kiss ass.13
Sorry to say when you come in like that, you really make others look bad. Your supervisor should be proud of you, but he is probably getting questions on why your performance is so high and the others are so low. They are looking for faults in your work.20
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Should have disputed it by signing it u agreed to that mark25
Nope, I'm hella good at what I do and a tough negotiator as well. I had my own company and did contract work for a few years, making deals directly with big companies and trying to squeeze every bit out of them.11
Or worse, some that does "nothing" in comparison to you gets promoted and "rewarded". Unfortunately very common. In your case, you can hope that possibly someone above him will "notice" your work.11
Perception. I knew useless workers that they thought were good and some that were good and they left because they were not appreciated. Some people can fake it and get by with it.11
i've been evaluated by someone who's never seen me work. it was so offensive that i rejected her evaluation10
Yes that's something everybody goes through at some point but have you tried talking to your boss or do you just except it12
All the time at my last job. I am much happier at my new employer.10
Like almost every job I've ever worked at? Yeah.10
Yes, same thing happened to me years ago10
Happens all the time unfortunately10
When you put down your initials, does that mean that you agree with his assessment or just that you have seen his assessment?
If it means you agree... then maybe you could refuse to initial it.
Is there any way you can go over his head if you feel it's unfair?
I doubt it
Maybe i could try to talk to hr?
If you feel like he's already hostile, yes.
Otherwise, as a general rule one should try to resolve everything at the lowest level possible and then elevate the issue if there's an impass.