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I just got a promotion to management, and am really
excited about it. Most of my co-workers seem happy
for me too, but there are a couple who seem really
upset and even hostile now that I am managing them,
You have to decide if their friendship is worth more than
your promotion. In my situation, I lost many friends, who in
hindsight were not really true friends. I am always fair and everyone has to follow the same rules. I truly believe in positiv-ity and know that I am deserving of this position so I keep my
- Rita E.
You and your co-workers are going through an adjustment period. You can't be friends and supervise your co-workers. Be fair and true to yourself, and don't compromise
your position, and they will eventually come around.
- Lori T.
This absolutely happened to me both in my initial promotion and my more recent promotion. I think it just takes time
for co-workers to get used to the new change, as change
is hard on everyone. It's important to be fair, and I try to
make sure that those who report to me feel important and
involved in decisions that impact the team that I am ultimately
- Cheryl M.
School is starting and I want to be involved in my
child's life by going to their games and other important
milestones. What ideas do you have for maintaining a
professional presence and career track while still being
a big part of your child's life?
I always chose a job that is flexible when choosing my
employer. The interviewing goes both ways; employers interview me and I interview companies. I have turned down jobs
that are all about the company and not about the employee
or the employee’s family.
- Rita E.
It is important for kids to feel their parents are interested
in what they do, and they do grow up so fast, so you don’t
want to miss those moments either! If you can flex your
schedule by coming in early, staying later, or taking work home
with you, it will be a big benefit. If you are with the right company, it should not affect your standing at all!
- Lori T.
Having a flexible schedule works great for this. I've
recently been allowed to come in early and leave early on
specific days in order to spend more time with my young
children. I think putting in the extra time at night and during
naps on weekends, allows for time during the week to attend
important milestones. Also, working hard during the work
day to make sure job responsibilities are taken care of, like not
taking breaks, eating lunch at my desk/in meetings, and keeping
social conversations that aren't work related to minimum, help
me complete what I need to get done faster.
- Cheryl M.