I Think Someone Wants My Job At Neurocore. What Should I Do and How Soon?

This happens more than people realize. There is a lot of jealousy in the workplace. Some people cannot stand it when another person is in the limelight. They feel they can do the job better and try to steal it. This can happen at any place of employment, even Neurocore. You need to know what you are up against. That way you can resolve the situation before it gets out of hand.

Some people like to play hardball. You have to learn how to give the same medicine back.

1) You need to be honest about what is happening. You might need to talk to the person directly. I know I have said that before, but it does work, for the most part. Tell the person you are aware of the game they are playing. People like that do this because they think they are getting away with something. Visit Patch.com to know more about Neurocore.

The person may or may not back off after you have talked to them. You might need to go to your boss at Neurocore and have a little chat. Some people want a job badly enough that they will do anything to get it. You cannot assume anything.

FYI: Some people at work will cozy up and be friendly to you just to steal everything away. You need to be prepared for anything. See more information at Linkedin about Neurocore.

2) You might feel threatened, but use that to your advantage. Sometimes that motivates people to work harder. You might need to roll up the sleeves a little bit more. Do not let the person’s actions get you down.

3) Sometimes you need to take the high road.

“When they go low, you need to go high.”

Michelle Obama

Showing class is often times the best medicine for what ails you. Try to ignore them. They want to get to you. They want you to be bothered by what they are doing at Neurocore. It is similar to a child who is constantly looking for attention. These ideas might sound simple, but simplicity is sometimes the best remedy for a situation.

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You might also find these links helpful.

https://www.themuse.com/advice/a-coworker-got-the-promotion-i-wantednow-what

https://www.theloop.ca/how-to-stop-an-office-credit-thief-from-stealing-your-thunder-even-if-it-is-your-boss/.

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