Lilit Marcus: When Being Good is Bad

When you have a lower-level job, being exceptionally good at it is usually a deterrent to getting promoted. For example, when you’re such a great assistant that your boss has difficulty functioning without you, it means that he or she will keep you on as an assistant as long as possible and will not consider promoting you out of their service.

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