Fight or flight – what to do about it
- Have a meeting with your boss to discuss your concerns. If your suspicions are confirmed, ask your boss what you can do to change the situation.
- Start improving your job performance.
- Get closer to your coworkers than you’ve ever been.
- Ask for a transfer into another department.
Can you ask your boss if you are going to be fired?
If you were to ask your boss something and you were going to be fired because your fails, you should ask him where did you fail at your job. It may be useful for the next interviews and jobs.
Is it OK to ask your boss if your doing a good job?
Explain that you want to make sure you are meeting expectations and looking for ways to improve your work performance. Ask for a 15-minute appointment when you can discuss it. Whatever you do, don’t impulsively query your boss just because you run into them in a public space. Do not interrupt their day.
What should you not tell your boss?
40 Things You Should Never Say to Your Boss
- “I am so hungover right now.”
- “Mind if I dip out early today for an interview?”
- “Your job isn’t even that hard.”
- “Sorry I’m late, I didn’t want to be here.”
- “I am so bored right now.”
- “That’s not my fault.”
- “That’s not my job.”
- “I voted for…”
How do I talk to my boss about my job?
How to Talk to Your Boss About Your Job Performance
- Don’t bring it up just once a year. It can feel uncomfortable to talk about your career progression if you only bring it up it at your annual review.
- Regularly share your achievements.
- Come with a plan.
- Ask for what you need.