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  1. ...shift as assigned, thats on them. not you. you should still inform your manager of your extra work load, and don't want to do it anymore...

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 05/05/2019

  2. Go in with confidence. Tell yourself that it really does not matter, whether you get the job or not. Treat it like an acting job. Good luck.

    11 Answers · Business & Finance · 24/04/2019

  3. What a hard way to learn that employers are generally untrustworthy. Possibly you can make an appeal to return to your initial job. I don't know what the agreement was with the prospective new employer but you may have some legal rights but that may be unlikely and...

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 11/02/2019

  4. ...not always keeping up with inflation it's keeping employees informed on how they're doing and keeping them some what happy too...

    10 Answers · Business & Finance · 08/02/2019

  5. ...from all their employees. The company has a right to inform you You aren't cutting it and even let you go for not meeting...

    11 Answers · Business & Finance · 26/01/2019

  6. It's an interview. That is a long way from a job offer. They might want to a lower skilled person for a reason. Or they might decide someone else is a better fit. At this point, you go to the interview and do your best.

    3 Answers · Business & Finance · 26/01/2019

  7. Not necessarily - it often takes longer than they estimate.

    6 Answers · Business & Finance · 14/01/2019

  8. no way to tell, good luck

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 23/11/2018

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