Question: “I work in a department that is divided into teams. I am the department
administrative assistant, supporting about 25 people. The department
celebrated a project completion where everyone on the team received a
project completion gift, which included everyone in my department. I
didn’t work directly on the project but did a lot of administrative
tasks. I didn’t receive a gift, which is fine, but my boss invited
everyone to the conference room to present the gifts and acknowledge a
successful project completion – but me. He left me at my desk and
didn’t invite me to be a part of the celebration. Is it wrong to feel
left out and not a part of the team?” — Ann Harris
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