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The Right Way (And Right Reasons) To Disagree With Your Boss

Expressing dissent doesn't mean risking your job—unless you go about it the wrong way. Expressing dissent doesn't mean risking your job—unless you go about it the wrong way. You don't have to accept every assignment your boss adds to your plate, nor do you have to hold back your dissenting opinions. Many employees worry that challenging a supervisor might damage their work relationships or even threaten their jobs.
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