It’ll be a bleak day for your company. You’re great and they love you, things will never be the same again. Sob. So you need to cushion the blow – because (make no mistake) there are right ways and wrong ways of handling your resignation.
Wooo! You got a new job! Major congrats!
Now, to break the news…
So there you have it. Our top tips for resigning with the utmost diplomacy.
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In today’s digital age many companies use advanced technology to streamline work processes. This includes the use of applicant tracking software to automate parts of the hiring process, along with a shift to virtual job interviews, which help employers and recruiters connect with a wider talent pool. Virtual interviews are more common than ever – especially if you’re applying for a job in another region or country, or if your boss-to-be is based remotely. If it’s your first time having a virtual interview there can be a lot to think about, so here are 6 top tips to ensure you’re well prepared and confident on the day.
Today, social media is very much a part of everyday life, and like many people, checking your social feeds might be one of the first things you do each day. But social media is no longer just for our personal lives, helping us to connect with friends and share experiences - it can be a valuable asset when taking the next step in your career. Many companies use social media as a recruitment tool for finding and screening potential new employees through social networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.