Posts Tagged ‘termination’
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If you think your behavior outside the office doesn’t impact your employment, think again.
After sliding down a safety railing in the 300 level seats, he lost his balance and fell over the railing into 200 level seats, thereby plummeting an astonishing 30 feet. Read more
If you were terminated by a former employer and you’re on a job interview, listen up.
There are a few things to keep in mind so you don’t sugar coat and instead, just focus on the facts.
Our friends at AOL Jobs pointed some pointers so you can properly address the issue and move on. Ever upward!
1. Be honest. If you were terminated and it wasn’t due to a downsizing, you can simply mention it. Less is more — you don’t need to reveal specifics but you should be cognizant about the words you choose. The piece suggests, “Describe your situation truthfully, but in a way that is as favorable to you as possible.” Read more
When we read this piece on The Wall Street Journal, we gasped.
That is, if you’re an employee and you get one from your boss saying you’re fired, we feel your pain.
Per the piece, Juan Michael Porter II was dismissed from a dance company where he had worked on and off for about 10 years. He told the Journal, “We hear about people breaking up in text messages, and we think that’s tacky, but to be fired, I just couldn’t believe it.” Read more