7 Things New Managers Learn That Employees Don't Know


Not every position is designed for growth.

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Some roles are fairly rigid by their nature and don't have any room for advancement, and many managers are perfectly happy to hire people knowing they'll only stay a year or two and then move on when they get bored. A good manager, however, should be upfront with job candidates that this is the case before hiring.

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