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I despise that new mantra

At least my experience is that no matter how hard someone tries, Citi will always try to keep them exactly where they are. Then why does everyone constantly repeat the mantra that the employee is solely responsible for his or her career progress? Maybe it's my own fault for not leaving this place a long time ago.

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Yes. It is all depends on who they like for raise and promotion. You have worked hard for ten years then saw the people you have been teaching from scratch become your boss in two years. Can you be the ones they like? Your work, skill, experience do not help. It all unrelated to work. So be happy where you are or go to work for someone like you, be that group with no shame

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Post ID: @2wkf+1ipeg5e5

Work for a bit, build your skills and experience. Interview elsewhere, if made an offer of 10% more consider it, if made an offer of 20% more take it for sure. Rinse, repeat until you’re at a level or pay and\or position and\or title if that’s important to you then stay.

Over the past 10 years I’ve kept tabs on those who’ve done this vs. those who have stayed. Those that did this got where they wanted much sooner.

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Post ID: @1rqc+1ipeg5e5

I have always hated that mantra. I have worked hard for every corporation, found myself treated unfairly every time. Move some place else, and it's the same thing.
I really believe it's based on who they like, and want to promote.

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