I know that I am going to be fired. I do not know how to proceed. [more inside]
I was fired from a retail job back in 1994. I worked there 6 months. The firing could have been argued but I left. I have a job interview tomorrow requiring a background check. I don't want to lie but I don't want to tell the truth as it is so damn long ago and a ridiculous thing....and that job is long long long gone from resume replaced with great work and academic history. Does a routine background check dig up that old dirt? Thanks for your time and have a good week.
Just got fired. How do I use my LinkedIn.com profile to find a new job without my contacts thinking I did something horrible? [more inside]
Are you currently employed? Why did you leave your last job? [more inside]
"We're going to have to let you go." What do you do before leaving your boss's office? [more inside]
Should you add to your resume a job that you got fired from? [more inside]
Can employers obtain a detailed work history analysis? What does this entail? [more inside]
Please help me decide whether I should quit or try and get fired from my job!!! Need advice ASAP. More inside. [more inside]
Any advice on the least dehumanizing way to fire someone? I'm not so much worried about the mechanics of when to do it as how. What would you want to hear from your boss if you were let go tomorrow that wasn't merely blowing smoke up your posterior?
So I got fired from work last week. What do I tell future employers when they ask why I left my previous job?