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"He stole my idea!" : how to prevent your boss from taking credit for your initiatives


OUR ADVICE - It is not uncommon for managers to be stingy with recognition and take credit for the good finds of their teams. If the situation is tricky, there are ways to fix it. Several experts give their advice to Le Figaro.

After more than two years spent in a large group, where various missions had been entrusted to him, Maylis, 25, ended up throwing in the towel.

However, his employer was ready to transform his fixed-term contract into a permanent contract.

The young woman liked the company but she declined the offer.

The reason ?

His manager's attitude had become unbearable.

She recuperated the benefits of the work of the team, says Maylis, She was congratulated by her superiors.

But she never complimented us.

On the contrary, they had negative words when we were painting on a subject.

She was able to hide her incompetence by relying on us and showing off through our work.


Maylis chose to throw in the towel.

Is it impossible to rebel against one's hierarchical superior?

Is there no other solution than to leave the company?

Yes !

There are ways to remedy such situations, as explained by the experts interviewed by





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Source: lefigaro

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