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Posted May 01, 2015 by

7 Secrets To Writing An Impactful Resignation Letter

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Letter of resignation. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Change in a job might become a necessity for individuals who want to step forward in their career. While progress is often the most common reason why people switch jobs, there are many other reasons like workplace environment, politics, relationship with boss and financial reasons why individuals are seen to be in a constant job search.

As soon as you decide to leave a job, there are many things that should be considered including arrangement for the next job, financial crisis that may take place in absence of any job, and an appropriate resignation letter as it is going to be your last impression on any company. You have to make sure to compose an effective resignation letter. However if you can’t decide how to write it, take a look at the following useful tips: (more…)

Posted March 04, 2014 by

How to Leave Your Entry Level Job the Right Way

If you’re leaving your entry level job for another position, the following post has advice on how to exit the right way.

The author of this post, Alexandra Levit, has generously offered to give away a copy of her book, They Don’t Teach Corporate in College: A Twenty-Something’s Guide to the Business World. Leave a comment to enter, and we’ll choose a winner by March 1! After the stressful process of looking for a

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Posted May 21, 2013 by

10 Ways to Respond If Your Mom Boss Cuts Your Hours

Part of a clock with space showing

Part of a clock with space showing. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

During these difficult economic times, a cut in pay or hours can be devastating. If you’ve dedicated years of your life to a post with your employing family only to discover that your hours are going to be cut, it’s normal and natural to be concerned, especially if you’re already living from paycheck to paycheck. When you’re confronted with such a precarious and difficult situation, here are 10 of the ways you might want to respond. (more…)