Don't let your hard work go unnoticed

06/10/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

Your chances of receiving a promotion are slim if nobody knows about all of the great work you've been doing, writes Allison Jones. For this reason, you should keep track of your accomplishments, highlight your successes when you meet with your boss and assist your colleagues when possible, she writes. "One of the best ways to establish your contribution as an employee is by helping your co-workers solve problems," she writes.

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