Dealing with discrimination while on the job is undoubtedly difficult. After all, your job is vitally important to your well-being. If you don’t get paid, you can’t support your lifestyle; regardless of whether you are living frivolously or not. Also, discrimination can hamper your professional growth and even leave lasting emotional damage.
Employees generally want a good working relationship with their boss or immediate supervisor. After all, such a relationship can be helpful for productivity, job satisfaction and opens up opportunities for advancement. What employee wouldn’t want that?
When you are new at a company or organization, you probably are focused on making a good impression and justifying the salary you are being paid. If you feel pressured by this, relax. Nervousness over the desire to do well is a natural feeling that many new employees encounter.
With the calendar turning to November, flu season is coming. Indeed, Southern California's weather doesn't lend itself to people getting sick when dealing with the cold, but employees can and will get sick over the next couple months.