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      07-13-2012, 09:37 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by TeRRoRiFiC35 View Post
If my last job taught me anything, it would to not do that. My first year at my old job I worked half my days for 4 months in the credit and collections department on request of the controller. That ended up with me having to also do that the next 2 years. Then an accounting clerks job was absorbed into mine after one quit. After that, our senior accountant quit to move to Canada with her husband and I took on her entire job. I did this for about a year and a half, received no raise, no advancement at all (mind you she became a senior accountant within the first year of being there after they promoted someone to management; she also didn't have her CPA license). Right before I was going to leave, they fired two managers from different departments and my boss was absorbing the fixed assets department. I was then going to absorb someone elses job in that department too. That was the final straw for me. I was doing a one and half to two hour drive each way to and from work everyday and not getting any sort of advancement or prospects of it.
Did you ever speak up and ask for something or were you just waiting for it to happen? Closed mouths don't get fed.