How To Ask For (And GET) What You Want...EVERY TIME

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I learned about the position of Senior Web Developer that has recently become open in the New York City office from my immediate manager, Jim Long, and would like to respectfully submit my application for the position.

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Being treated unfairly at work can make even your dream job something you dread.  Unfair treatment can come in a variety of forms, from workplace bullying or harassment to sexual harassment to being denied the raise or promotion you’ve earned, but it’s never right, as all employees deserve to feel safe.

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