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Careful If You Hear Any of These Phrases from the Company You Work For

If you hear one of these, it’s perfectly fine to say “no”

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The company-employee relationship can sometimes be complicated, the work-life balance can easily be upset. You start working on something you like and the next thing you know you’re pushing extra hours like it’s normal.

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