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  1. it's not a standard. Some employers want to see the references before they schedule an interview, some after or during. Yes, submit them now...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 12/09/2013

  2. If you want the job and they are asking for references - GIVE THEM TO THEM!

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 17/12/2013

  3. Yes, it is professional and polite to respond . Dear XXX Thank you for your email and the opportunity...

    3 Answers · Society & Culture · 07/03/2012

  4. ...don't have a time machine, however, the only advice I can give you is to request a reference from another teacher also. Hopefully there's one with whom you have...

    4 Answers · Education & Reference · 14/12/2019

  5. Never put down a reference if you don't know what they will say about you. You can request that they don't contact a previous employer as long as you have other references available.

    6 Answers · Business & Finance · 05/06/2008

  6. ... the same email by splitting the number of recipients to around 15 only. (say if you have 30 recipients, send it as 2 emails...

    2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 28/02/2008

  7. .... Most importantly, employee records are subject to special rules requiring notice to the employee and the opportunity for the...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 09/01/2011

  8. Write something very similar to the way you phrased your question. Tell them that you...

    1 Answers · Society & Culture · 17/09/2008

  9. whoever you wrote to should have you the deadline by which they expect to respond - email them again, giving your reference & ask them when you can expect a response

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 22/08/2014

  10. "Related" doesn't mean "where you have worked". It means RELATED TO YOU, as in a RELATIVE. They mean you can't ask your uncle or cousin or brother for a reference .

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 28/09/2010

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