why should your references be managers rather than peers?
By Ask a Manager on January 07, 2014
In last week’s open thread, a commenter asked, “Why is a manager or supervisor always a better reference than a coworker? I ask because often I’ve had a better idea of the quality of work of my coworkers than I think the manager does.” In some cases, it can be true that your coworkers know the nuances of your work better than your manager does. But in general, employers would rather talk to manager references because: * It’s your manager’s job to assess your performance. . . .
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