The “7 Steps to Solving a Problem”
You are currently working at a small company of about 100 employees. Your company just lost a very large client and therefore they need to let go of five employees in your department.
The workload of the five employees has been divided up between you and a fellow employee. Your fellow employee is very upset about this because now they must take on more work and not get a pay raise. This employee wants you to join them and fight your boss together for more money. You don’t feel comfortable doing this because you love your job. You would like to make more money, but you do not want to upset anyone and lose your position. On top of this situation, there is a big project that needs to be completed in three days!
How would you solve the above problem?
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