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  1. ...let go employees without any notice as well. it's just common practice to inform you're leaving so they can prepare final paperwork, payment, and start ...

    6 Answers · Business & Finance · 22/07/2019

  2. The general content and sentiment is fine. Your language could be cleaned up to sound a bit more polished. Your first sentence is clunky. You've spliced the dates and thereby buried the lead. Don't say it...

    7 Answers · Business & Finance · 18/07/2019

  3. ...just wait until you get there, make an appointment with a counselor or adviser. inform them of your situation, and see what they recommend for career options...

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 05/06/2019

  4. first, your salary level is not equivalent to the work performed, you must apply elsewhere, use indeed.com for zipcodes in your area and apply elsewhere today second, you must get over that your boss is taking advantage, many bosses do this in...

    20 Answers · Business & Finance · 23/05/2019

  5. Ross is in general very disorganized. But it is a good company so just put up with it.

    6 Answers · Business & Finance · 18/05/2019

  6. ...it sellable. You know what the house was like. Perhaps, you can inform them about what might make it sell easier? Since they ...

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 09/05/2019

  7. ... mistake here was in waiting until after you started to inform them of your limited availability, and they can't use you...

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

  8. ...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

  9. 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

  10. 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

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