How to Deal with Ambiguity at Work?

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Ambiguity or a lack of clear guidelines at work can be a challenge. It might help to set some guidelines for yourself. If you're attempting to do a good job, take a look at the steps you're taking or goals you're reaching. Document those steps or goals and share them with your boss to ask if this is the type of work expected.
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Dealing with ambiguity at work is a must do. If you do not have clear vision of your responsibilites, your position, etc. many things can go wrong and be left undone. If it is a case of supervisors ambiguity, it must be addressed. If you have not been given clear instruction, your task does not get completed to bosses satisfaction. Then you will be the one facing reprimand and had you been given clear direction from the start, it would have been completed correctly. Ambiguity is a hard obstacle to get past for an employee.
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