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Dating a supervisor, offending a VIP client, "breaking up" with ex-colleagues... only to beg them for help later. These women tell SASHA GONZALES how they survived career-killing moves. -Her World
Have a clear business plan and a strong team in place from the get-go, experts advise. -ST
Some co-workers take it a step too far by being overbearing, obnoxious and outright unreasonable. -AsiaOne
Working with people you like is, to me, as important as liking the work you do. -ST
I have a confession to make: The term "work-life balance" irks me terribly. -ST
Some bosses may not do anything illegal but are still capable of ill-treating staff by being inhumane and self-absorbed. -AsiaOne
Identify the key source of your stress and do something about it. -The Star/ANN
While it is generally good to be in touch with our emotions and to not suppress them, there are situations when we must somehow manage our emotions especially well. -My Paper
You’re not her personal assistant, yet she’s asking you to buy her groceries. Stand up to these absurd out-of-work demands. -Her World
Regardless of deadline pressures or uncooperative clients, supervisors should still exhibit high levels of empathy with their workers by engaging in proper dialogues. -AsiaOne

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