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Dear Annie: My manager shows favouritism to a colleague, what do I do?


by Annie Lavin
07th Nov 2023

Relationship coach Annie Lavin offers advice to a reader who is navigating remote work and her manager's favouritism of a colleague.

Dear Annie, I’ve been working hard at my job and have consistently met or exceeded expectations, but I can’t help notice that my manager seems to have a clear favourite among my colleagues and now that I’m working remotely most of the time while they’re in the office, it seems to have solidified the favouritism that I can’t compete. This person receives special treatment, gets more opportunities, and is often praised even for average performance....

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