What To Do if Your Employer Fires You and Says You Quit
Losing a job is difficult, but resources such as unemployment can help. However, you must prove that your employer terminated or laid you off for no fault of your own to be eligible for such relief. What happens when the employer codes the termination as a resignation, but you never resigned? Is there anything you can do? Here's the answer:( continue reading... )
How Long Should It Take You To Adjust To a New Job
Starting a new job can be mentally and physically challenging. However, you can do a few things to make the transition easier for yourself. These are some tips that will help to get you by if you seem to be having difficulty with your new position:( continue reading... )
Tips for Interviewing With a Previous Employer
There are currently more than 11.4 million jobs in the US, but you want to return to a previous employer. You've already submitted your application, and now you have an interview. These are some tips for how to handle it:( continue reading... )
Should You Mention Your Supervisory Experience if It Was Short-Term?
You're in the office with an interviewer who wants to know why you think he should give you a supervisory position. You've only been hired as a supervisor once, and it was a short-term affair because the entire company folded by no fault of yours. Should you mention it to the interviewer to get an edge, or will it hurt your chances?( continue reading... )