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CBS Moneywatch Career Coaching Advice For Getting Noticed At Work

In this career advice piece from Amy Levin-Epstein for CBS Moneywatch, several career coaches, including myself, share tips on how to get the proper recognition in the workplace:

Caroline Ceniza-Levine, partner with the career consulting firm SixFigureStart

“If you are doing a good job but still getting overlooked, then your good works are not getting back to your boss. This is when you’ll also need to ask for a meeting and share the commendation emails or specific achievements you’ve [collected]. Don’t resent your boss for overlooking you — tell him or her exactly what you have accomplished and what you’d like (a raise, a promotion, a stretch assignment). To ensure this doesn’t happen in the future, confirm with your boss how often you can expect feedback and how she or he likes to be updated.”

Read more strategies and tips in Amy Levin-Epstein’s piece for CBS Moneywatch: Help! My Work Goes Unnoticed At The Office