Underpaid and Unappreciated
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"Are You Underpaid and Unappreciated https://hdtk.co/PlsCK"
— Linda Todd and 12 other supporters
As life goes, yes, this does exist. In some instances a person who is the most dedicated employee, is overlooked, underpaid, and unappreciated. What do you do in these circumstances? For crying out loud, do not walk off yet. There is plenty of time for that after you re-assert yourself and take the initiative to stop letting someone else make your destiny.
How does this happen?
Sadly, some companies have not hired middle management that is interested in helping the company soar to higher profits and acclaim. They do not see the benefit for themselves of propelling the company to stardom, either do not know how, or just do not care. They are making it work by giving just enough to get by. They want to get the credit, blame non-success on the team, and will promote only those who support them. They are definitely not dedicated to their employer.
The above individuals have often been with the company a long time, and upper management will just not look at changing their focus. They know whatever happens; this person will be true to their game. It is often the less experienced, less dedicated and often less motivated. They have been somewhat loyal, and they showed up everyday. The latter is not always the exact case, but a lot of the times when you find yourself in a company that holds no emphasis on ability, dedication, and hard work.