One of the best ways to ensure your day-to-day work life is pleasant and your career remains on an upward trajectory is to get—and stay—on your boss’s good side. It sounds like a simple thing to do, but you’d be surprised at the number of employees who can’t seem to get it right.
The problem often is that they’re unwittingly saying and doing things that communicate to the boss that they’re incompetent, uncooperative or immature—qualities no boss likes in an employee.
Don’t want to be that employee? Then steer clear of saying these things that are sure to put any boss in a bad mood.