When you first began to work at your Michigan-based company, you felt appreciated and valued. This sense of purpose motivated you to work hard and do more, which only furthered upper-management’s appreciation. However, in recent months, you may have noticed that the appreciation is gone. You may also suspect that your boss or leader does not want you to work for the company anymore. Business News Daily offers signs that your boss wants you to quit and provides advice for what you can do about it.

According to the report, there are certain tell-tale signs that your boss wants you to quit. For one, you may notice that your boss or manager quits assigning you new or challenging work. If you have completed substantial and important work recently but your manager buries it so no one else will see what you have accomplished, it may also be a sign he or she wants you to leave.

If your manager routinely points out to other managers and employees when you make mistakes, he or she may want you out. If your boss regularly belittles you or gives you backhanded compliments, it may be a sign he or she is unhappy with you. If you learn about major company developments through the grapevine and not from your department head, or if you are no longer invited to company meetings or social gatherings, it is a sign your boss wants you to quit.

If you notice any of these signs, there are steps you can take to regain your boss’s favor. First and foremost, recommit to performance. You should also discuss your concerns with your manager and make your expectations for employment clear (your expectation being, you need to feel valued and appreciated). Finally, do not hold a grudge. Nearly 60% of managers feel that one’s ability to move on from adversity is essential to repairing damaged work relationships.

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