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Hi All,
I have manager that only cares about getting me to do as much work as possible. Whenever I bring up promotions, rises and career path, he does not show any interest. Would it be right to talk to his boss about this and break the chain of command?
Thanks,
Aruna
 
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I wouldn't unless you know your company supports that type of thing. I've seen that cause big problems for people before.
 
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I guess there wont be any use by approaching your super boss. Bec he always supports your immediate boss. More over in 90% of companies your salary, designations will be decided by the time you joined. After that its very less changes interms of salary and pramotions except few exceptional cases.

If you are not happy discuss with your immediate boss only, and still if you dont find any change try to adjust or search for another job.
 
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Its time to search for another job ..
You will never grow in this company unless and ofcourse your immediate boss changes
 
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