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Unemployment and getting a new job.
Posted by: tglennon80
Date: 8/16/2011 12:20:30 AM
I am a low voltage apprentice and I've been employed with my company for almost 3 years and we are reallyyyy slow right now. I am about to file for unemployment and am wondering what i should say if i find a different job and my existing employer asks me to come back? anyone experience this before and if so how did you handle the situation. I don't want to burn any bridges just in case i want to go back. thanks for your input guys.
||8/19/2011 3:55:00 PM
||Just explain honestly and politely that you found a new job to tide you over when business was slow, and then you discovered you actually quite like this new job and so you've decided to stay there. Then thank your old boss for the pleasure of working with him, and for thinking of you when business got better.
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