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5 signs that your boss wants you to quit

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5 signs that your boss wants you to quit

Trying to simply keep calm and carry on when you have an inkling that your boss is trying their hardest to squeeze you out is inevitably an impossible situation.

Whilst logic may well dictate that if you’re doing a bad job, you’d go through a process of warnings and KPI targets before ultimately being able to prove your competence, the harsh reality is that lots of workers aren’t pushed out simply based on their performance.

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