I worked one year with a terrible boss who didn't appreciate anything that I did for her. The job itself was a small non-profit that I took the place of three different job skills. I was very dedicated to the job with really good work ethics and all the financial records that I kept were honest and exact.
How can I turn good out of the bad when I have to describe my experience with my next interview with grace when I know that my ex-boss will tear me apart if used as a reference?
Thanks in advance
Asked by Anonymous at 12:08 AM on Nov. 14, 2009 in Money & Work
Answer by firstimemomm603 at 12:14 AM on Nov. 14, 2009
Answer by 3_ring_circus_ at 1:11 AM on Nov. 14, 2009
Answer by rkoloms at 9:27 AM on Nov. 14, 2009
Number 4 is great coverletters tailored to the position/company. Number 5 is using one of the meta search sites, like Indeed or Simply Hired, to comb the job boards for you The CafeMom Job Hunting Moms group has a lot of great tips: http://www.cafemom.com/group/102837
Answer by rkoloms at 9:28 AM on Nov. 14, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 11:14 AM on Nov. 14, 2009
Talk about your Actual Skills, that is what most want now, someone to hit the ground running with no training needed. www.brainbench.com to document your skill's It is all about a companies bottom line.
Answer by Anonymous at 12:59 PM on Nov. 14, 2009
Answer by mommy2joeynabby at 6:35 PM on Nov. 14, 2009
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