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How to Leave a Job on Good Terms | Part 2

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You’ve told your boss and your coworkers that you’re leaving and set your notice period. But that’s just the beginning of your job transition. Depending on your role and organization, you may have to wrap up projects, train staff who will be taking over your work, or write transition documents for your successor. And no […]

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How to Leave a Job on Good Terms | Part 1

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There’s no better feeling than accepting a job offer that you worked incredibly hard to get. That is, until you realize you have to tell your current boss that you’re leaving. What can you say to your boss to preserve your relationship? How will he take the news? And once you’ve told your boss, what […]

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What to Do If Your Job Description is Changing

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Change is inevitable. But no matter how many cliches or well-known quotes you’ve heard about change, facing change at your job can still be a stressful experience—especially when the change involves your job responsibilities or your role at the organization. If this happens to you, your first instinct may be to freak out and start […]

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4 of the Toughest Interview Questions, and How to Respond

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Imagine you’re in interview preparation mode, or maybe you’re in that mode right now and browsing our job interview archives to get ready for the big day. Wouldn’t it be great if you could talk to other social-impact professionals about the toughest interview questions they’ve faced and get advice from hiring managers about what they’re […]

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