Making a Bad First Impression on Your Boss Can Doom Your Career—Here’s How to Know if Your Gaffe is an “Unforgivable Sin” Reviewed by Momizat on . It can be hard to restore your boss' faith in you after a bad first impression, which is why it is important to accumulate good will from the outset. If you sta It can be hard to restore your boss' faith in you after a bad first impression, which is why it is important to accumulate good will from the outset. If you sta Rating: 0
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Making a Bad First Impression on Your Boss Can Doom Your Career—Here’s How to Know if Your Gaffe is an “Unforgivable Sin”

It can be hard to restore your boss’ faith in you after a bad first impression, which is why it is important to accumulate good will from the outset. If you start off on the right foot, you will have to work pretty hard to fall out of favor with your manager. However, if you do mess up, you will have to choose between trying to bond with your boss or cutting your losses and moving on.

To read the full article in Business Insider, click: Making a Bad First Impression on Your Boss Can Doom Your Career—Here’s How to Know if Your Gaffe is an “Unforgivable Sin”.

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