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washedaway posted:
I just wanted to give you all an update on some of the stuff that's been going on for me at work that's been causing me problems.

I will have a new supervisor a week from Friday...and I know that I can trust my new supervisor. If I tell her something that needs to not go anywhere, I know it will stay between us (or my name will at least stay out of it if the content needs to go elsewhere). I've been working with her for the last 3 months on projects for our new client and she is amazing.

The only drawback to this is that the majority of my team (who are the ones who always make sure to let me know how appreciated I am) will be going to other teams. However, I have told many of them that I will still be happy to support them, and there are several who I will probably be able to see more socially without the asst. supervisor/employee relationship in the way.

I am so excited and happy to start this new journey.

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Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
It sounds like a lot of positives, Kendra! :-)
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