Workplace Flexibility Definition, Skills, and Examples

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By Alison Doyle Updated February 14, 2017 What does workplace flexibility mean? Why is it important? Being flexible when it comes to work is worth a lot. Employees who approach their job with a flexible mindset are typically more highly valued by employers. Flexibility on the job includes the willingness and ability to readily respond… read more

Prepare For a Counter Offer When You Quit Your Job

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by Dave Greenbaum When you hand in your resignation, your employer might ask what they can do to change your mind. They might make you a counter offer, even if you’ve accepted employment elsewhere. Focus on the reason you’re leaving the job before making a decision. Over at Undercover Recruiter, they have some guidelines for dealing… read more

How to reject a job offer positively: a step-by-step guide

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We recommend following these steps when it comes to turning down a job offer in a professional but friendly manner: Be prompt The first point is about politeness really. Don’t sit on a decision for days, or hold off deciding on one company over another because you’re nervous about saying no to one of them…. read more

Why You Should Never—Under Any Circumstances—Accept a Counteroffer

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When it comes to future promotions or assignments, your disloyalty will count against you. By Keith Liscio Things haven’t been right at work for a long time. You’ve felt stuck, unappreciated, and underpaid. In fact, it’s been a struggle to even drag yourself out of bed to get into the office some mornings. But now,… read more

5 Reasons Why You Should NEVER Accept a Counter Offer

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by Larry McCowen So you’ve spent the last several weeks going through the hiring process with your potential new employer, you’ve gotten an offer and you’re delighted.You walk into your Manager’s office to hand in your notice of resignation – “I’m leaving, it’s time to move on.” But your manager asks you to stay. Things… read more

Do not accept a counter offer!!! Here is why

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by Lushia Van Buuren When you have received an offer of employment which you are inclined to accept, you must consider very carefully whether it really solves your problem and offers you the opportunity you are seeking before you resign from your current employment. If you choose to accept the offer and to resign from… read more