- Your boss's impression of you is important, since he or she controls the projects you work on and whether you get promoted or fired.
- Signs that your boss doesn't like you can be subtle, since you're working together in a professional capacity.
- According to experts, you should should be wary if your boss doesn't want to get to know you, talks over you in meetings, or is not concerned about your advancement at the company.
Your boss's impression of you is important, since he or she largely controls the projects you work on and whether you are promoted or fired. If you have a strong relationship, your boss can become your biggest advocate. If you don't, your job could be on the line.
Some bosses will be direct about their feedback and where your relationship stands, but not everyone is comfortable with confrontation. Your boss might not say what he or she really thinks, so you have to learn to read the subtle and not-so-subtle signs.
Business Insider spoke to Dr. Amy Cooper Hakim, founder of the Florida-based management consulting firm The Cooper Strategic Group and author of "Working With Difficult People," to find out the signs that your boss is just not that into you and what to do about it.