Mid Career

I struggle to write about this subject because it might suggest that there are special strategies to keep your job during a recession. There is no guarantee anyone will keep their job during a recession. But there are some things you can do to increase your chances, some things that are in your control.

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Hello, here's my social media. My message to hiring managers: I'm a nincompoop. This obviously should NOT be your approach during the hiring process.

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During times of crisis, many companies are forced to cut costs drastically, resulting in mass layoffs and hiring freezes. If the company isn't making money (or worse, is losing money), it can't afford to keep paying all of its employees.
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Before reading further, I'd like you to take three long breaths. Come on, just do it...one...two...three. Now realize you aren't alone in this crisis and there are people who do care and are willing to help.

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An exit interview is a goodbye. Once you hand over your resignation letter, this will most likely be the next step as you "exit" your company.

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If you do it right, working from home can be a positive and rewarding experience for you, your family, and your employer. Follow these tips to get the most out of working from home:

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Interpersonal communication is a commitment. It's an important skill in every profession, and one that can help you win friends in the workplace.

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Working women with families: Are you getting what you deserve at work?

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