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Suspect Spidey cribbed that adage from Luke 12:48 or from the even older "Sword of Damocles" analogy, but I always heard that the secret to expertise is to steal from the best sources.

Another old adage is "no one quits over money... it's always a bad boss." There may be a few exceptions, but the immediate supervisor is the face of the employer. They alone are the fulcrum upon which all the organization's policies and practices rest and turn. A boss's mistakes are eternal and often fatal.

Note that my warnings deal with supervisors who have actual direct reports vs "managers" who frequently have much greater incomes but merely handle functions, systems and activity areas. Managing people is much harder than managing things.

Every new and many old "people managers" should read Reena's excellent and timely reminder!

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