It can be tricky figuring out how to advocate for yourself, and when it’s worth the fight. From getting more meaningful work to suspecting discrimination, here’s when to speak up.
Kaleigh Moore had been working for an Illinois nonprofit as a PR manager for around two years when she asked her boss to work remotely once a week. “I was mostly doing email and phone outreach or writing work when I wasn’t traveling,” Moore recalls, and “the 100-plus miles on my car each day and gas money were significantly cutting into my earnings,” which weren’t that high to begin with.
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