6 Tips to Get Your Boss Fired

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Be the MVP:

The process of getting your boss fired is bound to generate intense scrutiny concerning virtually all aspects of your professional life, including your own work performance. Therefore, according to Smith, it is essential that you become the star player of the team. “Your work should be above reproach and you should continue to have a specialized skill that makes you more relevant to the company than your manager,” she advises. The key is to ensure that every member on the team is aware of your contributions. You can do this by creating a portfolio highlighting the measurable ways you have contributed to the company’s productivity and revenue. “If you’re able to distinguish yourself then people are forced to only go to you and even the manager would say that,” she continues. “So this is not the time to teach someone your area of specialization.”

Be the MVP:

The process of getting your boss fired is bound to generate intense scrutiny…

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