Hi Stephanie Hibbets , I'm so sorry you had to endure that experience at your previous job. You seem like a young person starting out so I'll go ahead and assure you that's not the way a professional work environment is managed.
We're all unique and have an opportunity to bring something of our own thats special into the workplace. No one should be expected to your brothers clone or anyone else's for that matter.
Process this sudden separation of employment experience as a learning opportunity then go out and find yourself a job where your manager and co-worker are going to value your personal skills and traits.
Remain confident and focused in your resolve to find the right job opportunity. To quote Steven Ransom Constancy of purpose is the first principle of success.
Reach out to me if you need some job leads to get you started with your job search or if you have any questions. Thanks Stephanie Hibbets
Hi Stephanie Hibbets , I'm so sorry you had to endure that experience at your previous job. You seem like a young person starting…
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Hi Stephanie Hibbets - that sucks. Plain and simple. I'm sorry you had to go through that, it sounds pretty hard to have to live up to your brother and what he did. People should be judged on their own merits vs the job requirements, not against what someone else did.
At the end of the day, I think this is going to be good for you. That type of environment that made you bottle everything up and not feel comfortable communicating problems you had is not a good work one.
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If I were you I would change Ass. Manager, to Asst. Manager. I think this is what you mean.