Next Is it ok for me to date my ex boss? I am 28 and for the past 18 months I have been working as an assistant to an economist who is 36, is was my first real job since getting my doctorate and I have loved working for him, we had real chemistry and made such a great team. Just over a month ago he was promoted and I was disappointed when it turned out he Just over a month ago he was promoted and I was disappointed when it turned out he had not asked for me to be transferred with him to his new department and thought that perhaps I had been mistaken in my opinion of our working relationship. I'm sure my disappointment showed because he made a point of saying my skills were much needed in where I was.
Is this something we have to bring up with our boss? Is there anyway this can work? His latest book, Smart Change, focuses on how you can use the science of motivation to change your behavior at work and home. It is not surprising that you have gotten into a relationship with someone at work. You meet a lot of people and you get to know them far better than the people you meet in many other settings.
I was always very adamant about not wasting paper. In fact, I spent most of my days frequently memorizing messages that were meant for management rather than scribbling it on our expensive Post-Its just to conserve the company money. You used to make fun of me for how messy I was.