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By Sonic - / Friday 29 March 2019 19:00 / United Kingdom
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By  davidfong  |  14

It depends on how close you are with your boss and what type of boss you have.
If she’s a good boss and understands that you have to better yourself and it not because you don’t like your job. If you want to go to the wedding.
But if your boss is a jerk and you don’t want to go you can politely decline to go or pretend that you didn’t get the invitation.
Either way your going to have to talk with your boss. But remember you need to think about number 1 and that’s you, so don’t feel badly about quoting your job.

By  TxKitten79  |  9

Not sure why this is an FML. Do you forsee your boss taking the news badly? if so, RSVP with a "not going." If not, and you are friendly with your boss, you could still go. Or, resign, then see how things go before deciding. This really isn't an FML.

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  pscool  |  11

That doesn’t even make any sense usually wedding invitations go out well in advance what if he has already excepted another job If he’s not gonna be in the office and declines the wedding invitation there’s no awkwardness

By  TxKitten79  |  9

Not sure why this is an FML. Do you forsee your boss taking the news badly? if so, RSVP with a "not going." If not, and you are friendly with your boss, you could still go. Or, resign, then see how things go before deciding. This really isn't an FML.

By  davidfong  |  14

It depends on how close you are with your boss and what type of boss you have.
If she’s a good boss and understands that you have to better yourself and it not because you don’t like your job. If you want to go to the wedding.
But if your boss is a jerk and you don’t want to go you can politely decline to go or pretend that you didn’t get the invitation.
Either way your going to have to talk with your boss. But remember you need to think about number 1 and that’s you, so don’t feel badly about quoting your job.