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Human Relation

You are a Systems Analyst that is working 60 plus hours a week on a system that is due for implementation. The CEO finds out that a key requirement was missed. Your boss, the CIO, tells the CEO that it is your fault for not doing your job. The truth is the CIO is "out to lunch" most of the time and this is a requirement that you knew nothing about. The CIO and CEO are buddies...they play golf, go to lunches together, and socialize at night with the spouses. You have ten hungry children at home and can't afford to walk out the door. As a professional, how will you handle this situation? Has a similar situation happened to you and how did you handle it?

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Even though key requirements should be a part of design documents (in which case developers take the full responsibilities) it could possible that the design documents ...