If an employee continuously fails to fulfill the expectations of their job description, chances are that you’ll be (politely) showing them the door. But if your job descriptions fall into the danger zone of any of these common mistakes.. maybe it’s the job description that should be shown the door, not the employee.
"My boss will eventually fire me when she finds out she’s overestimated my abilities.”
These are some of the comments I heard from my friend after she found out she’d been promoted at work. It’s the type of advancement in her career that she’s been hoping for. But instead of celebrating the news, she spiraled into full blown panic and wants to turn down the offer. Why?