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SUPERVISOR TAKES IT FOR GRANTED, SUBORDINATE WORK OT UNTIL HE QUITS

I started my job at company A a year ago. The first three months were very good, I finished work at 6pm and had a manageable workload.

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In the fourth month, my supervisor was up for a promotion. That’s when the pressure started. I had tons of new projects shoved down my throat and had to pull 16-hour shifts. I asked for support multiple times but both this supervisor and my other manager claimed they were too busy (even though they left work at 4-5 pm every day) or that it would be too expensive to hire new staff.

Everyone in the team but me quit during that time. My supervisor got the promotion (good for him). I also asked for a promotion or a bonus but my supervisor stated he wasn’t happy with my performance during my first three months at company A and gave me a mediocre year-end evaluation.

In the meantime, I reached the maximum amount of overtime hours permitted by law, so things got slightly better, as my supervisor couldn’t make me take over any new projects.

I did, however, take over a new project last week. My manager asked me if that would be OK and I said sure since I like the client and it’s interesting work. However, this week I got a very good job offer from another client and handed in my resignation.

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My supervisor was furious at me, stating that I should have told him I was leaving before taking over the new project and that I am leaving them out of the blue. He was so intense I was in tears for days.

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