Your performance goals are either nonexistent or unreasonable. Your reviews are negative without a clear path for improvement. You’re being denied opportunities for advancement or development. You haven’t seen a pay increase recently. You aren’t getting the information or resources necessary to fulfill your tasks. Your contributions are never recognized.
Maybe it’s simple mismanagement, but these could also be signs that you’re being quietly fired by your manager. (Related article: Leadership Tips: Manage Your Managers to Avoid ‘Quiet Firing’)