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Two (or More) Job Opportunities? – 18 Elements of Comparison – [Part 2 of 2]

Sklover Working Wisdom

Last week we presented Elements of Job Opportunity Comparison 1 through 9 ; This week we present Elements of Job Opportunity Comparison 10 through 18. ACTUAL CASE HISTORY : Danielle, a senior marketing executive, was quite unhappy in her job. Received a Job Offer?

2018 130

Two (or More) Job Opportunities? – 18 Elements of Comparison – [Part 1 of 2]

Sklover Working Wisdom

For this reason we are presenting it in two installments, this first including Elements of Comparison 1 through 9, the second including Elements of Comparison 10 through 18. ACTUAL CASE HISTORY : Danielle, a senior marketing executive, was quite unhappy in her job. On the job?

2018 130

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?? How To Evaluate New Job Offers

JobMob

We make the decision that it's to time leave our current employer and look for another job. Once you've started your job search, you've cut the emotional ties and now it's just a matter of time until you get the right job offer and then you are on your way.

2019 52

I Can’t Get No Job Satisfaction

Career Alley

Why spend time focused on getting a new job before you’ve spend time improving the job you’ve got? The vast majority of us have had the “I wish I could quit my job right now” feeling. And, many of us get so frustrated (for a variety of reasons) that we start our job hunt with a single purpose in mind – “get me out of here” But what about all of the positive things about your job and company?

2011 116

my boss keeps drawing her blood in front of me — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager my boss keeps drawing her blood in front of me January 12, 2011 A reader writes: I started a new job yesterday, and so far it seems to be going well. It’s our job to manage them. And if i lose my job over it, could i sue?

2011 67

my new coworker is my childhood bully, getting people stop with replying-all, and more

Ask A Manager

My new coworker is my childhood bully. I recently started a new job. He introduced himself and seemed friendly enough, as one does with a new coworker – no direct indication of recognition but I think my name gave him pause. I recently encountered this situation during a job search. He added his announcement as a forward to a chain of emails that included the salary and compensation conversations he had with HR.

2016 66

coworkers can't see past my Russian accent — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

Let’s not encourage people to go to extremes to assimilate – let’s try and encourage them to embrace their uniqueness while settling into a new culture – I agreed with you until you made that point. Especially if you like your job.

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