I don’t like my new manager, what should I do?

Allow time for your relationship to develop. Just because things are different, it doesn't mean it's worse. It's different but also creates new opportunities
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We all build working relationships differently. Some people could find it difficult to report a new manager.

Everybody copes with change differently. Suppose you had a great relationship with your old manager, and they changed positions or left the company. In that case, you could find a different working with their replacement.

I don’t like my new manager, what should I do?

Let Some time pass before you cast a final judgment about your new supervisor or manager. Remember, your new manager is trying to learn their new position and getting to know you as a person. Allow time for your relationship to develop. Just because things are different, it doesn’t mean it’s worse. It’s different but also creates new opportunities for you and the company. Change can be challenging, and everybody deals with it differently. Give yourself time to adapt to your new manager before you decide whether or not you enjoy working with them.

Visiting a Job Skills location can help prepare you for changing work environments. Job Skills’ facilitators offer workshops laying out solutions to many workplace problems. Job Skills’ staff will share their knowledge and experience to help you build strategies to cope with change.

Job Skills offers employment solutions to all job seekers, including youth, newcomers, mature workers, persons with disabilities, and entrepreneurs.

Thanks to government funding, Job Skills programs and services are free to all users. Job Skills have locations across Keswick, Markham, Brampton, and Mississauga. Job Skills also offers virtual services for job seekers who cannot attend a Job Skills sight in person.

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