1. He makes time for you.
A lunch here, a walk-and-talk coffee run there, he gives you one-on-one time. And not just on your birthday.
2. She gives you training you need.
If there's a skill you want to master, present a plan for what it will cost the company in money and time. It could be as simple as an online course or shadowing a coworker.
3. He lets you shine.
A true Boss highlights your bright ideas in front of others. If he neglects to give you credit, ask if you could, say, present an idea at the next meeting. And if it's not an oversight? "There are always going to be people who want to take credit for your ideas," says Anita Bruzzese, author of 45 Things You Do That Drive Your Boss Crazy. "Networking, promoting your skills, and focusing on work where others will notice are ways to ensure you get credit, no matter who your boss is."
4. She gets you in the room.
Being included in meetings or calls is how you learn. "It's an assistant's job to get coffee, but it's a boss's job to teach them cooler stuff," says Dorian Howard, a Los Angeles entrepreneur and former producer. "A gre
at boss will explain why things happen and let you listen in to help you figure out your path."
5. He respects your time off.
“Beware of managers who create fake or arbitrary deadlines that generate panic,” says Kathleen Boozang, dean and professor of law at Seton Hall Law School. "Absent extraordinary circumstances, a boss should not require an assistant to work on holidays," she adds.“
若管理者们假意或专横地给员工设定一些最后限期，这时候就要注意了，因为很容易产生恐慌。” 来自西顿霍尔法律大学的院长和教授Kathleen Boozang表示。“在特殊的情况下缺席放假，老板就不应该要求助手在节假日期间工作。”她补充道。