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Master an Interview After Leaving a Job on Bad Terms

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November 13, 2018
Master an Interview After Leaving a Job on Bad Terms

Tweet Leaving a job on less-than favorable terms sometimes results in feeling defeated, depleted and awkward. Worse yet, it’s difficult to discern how to discuss why we left a previous employer once we land an interview. Whether you were let-go, resigned with less than two weeks’ notice, or got burned out and quit, have...
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Three Fears to Overcome When Job Searching

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October 23, 2018
Three Fears to Overcome When Job Searching

Tweet A longer-than anticipated job search can crush self-confidence and fertilize fears of rejection. When your livelihood is at stake and landing a new job is a priority, here are three fears to overcome—and how to do it. 1. Enlisting the support of others. Research shows that most people are too reluctant to ask...
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Find the Best Employees: Interviewing Tips

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July 5, 2011

Tweet While most companies are seeing more layoffs than new hires, interviewing skills are becoming more valuable. With record unemployment, a “help needed” sign is guaranteed to get lots of attention. If it is your to screen applicants or to make the final decision on a new hire, it’s especially important you make the...
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