Best Job Advice on the Web Today; Be Level-Headed When Laid Off
12/17/2008 3:40:55 PM
USN -- If you've recently been laid off, or your hours have been cut, or your workload has tripled--you may be tempted to badmouth your company to friends, family, and new acquaintances with whom you're sharing your current plight. The Boston Herald says it's a bad idea to even show visible anger. If this upsets you further, take comfort that the reason is satisfyingly self-serving--the fact is that "the organization you are leaving may be your best source for new employment through referrals and references. Read more from US News and Boston.com below.
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