Guest post by Michael Klazema of Backgroundchecks.com.
You were recently let go by your employer and are currently in the process of searching for a new job. If you were fired, your boss likely informed you of the reasons why. However, the bigger question now is what you can do to avoid those fire-able offenses or behaviors in the future.
However, the bigger question now is what you can do to avoid those fire-able offenses or behaviors in the future.
The bad news is that future employees are going to look at your job experience, check your references, and ask you why you left or were let go from your previous job. A termination doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in prospective employers. The good news is that you can turn over a new leaf and use your dismissal to become a better employee.
Here are eight of the most common reasons for dismissal along with what you can do to avoid similar pitfalls in the future. Continue reading