This is a sincere question. Thanx :-)
I released some vendor info to the state's tax representative. Being that it was government, I didn't hesitate. As a result, when that rep proceeded to collect more infothan I can provide, my name was brought up, and I got a "talking". I called the representative to tell him to not repeat my name next time if I am to provide info. I also asked him that if I were to lose my job, if I can use him as a reference. He agreed. Now I am applying for a higher paying job.
Situation description - the event organizer didn't want to harrass the vendors over taxation, in fear of losing those vendors, thus losing vendor fees. So silence on their part was golden.
Being that talking bad about a previous employer is not kosher in an interview, how can I describe my need to leave my employer with finesse?
Thanks in advance
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