Articles about Firing
Twitter users explain how #HRInformedMe
"#HRInformedMe that they were aware i lied on my resume. Apparently, I'm too young to be the last living survivor of the titanic."
What to do when you’re fired: The 10-point plan
If you find yourself fired from your own loved or loathed job, here are 10 things you probably should do according to experts.
The CEO of the fastest growing conference in the U.S. on how to find your whitespace
Though you would think Jaclyn Johnson, the woman behind Create & Cultivate, the fastest growing nationwide conference platform and online platform, would have a seamless career trajectory with nothing but praise, promotion and adoration, you would be quite wrong. No one has that.
This is why you should be careful with meal expenses
Expensing meals is one of the few perks of staying late at the office, but there's a line between ordering a fancy meal on your boss' dime and fraud.
The positions with the best (and worst) job security in America
Check out these rankings from 27/7 Wall St. to see if you currently work in a field with the best or worst job security in the country.
Firing people: What you do versus how you do it
Research and wisdom from leaders suggests firing people in humane and caring ways is best for an organization, the people doing it, and those sent packing.
At Amazon, you can appeal your firing to a jury of coworkers
If you're on the chopping block at your job, the decision of whether or not you get fired is usually in the hands of your manager. At retail giant Amazon, however, you can defend yourself and appeal the decision to a jury of your peers. Announced last year, the "Pivot" probation program is designed to help underperforming employees in danger of being fired in Amazon's growing workforce.
These are 10 best (and worst) states to be unemployed in
GOBankingRates ran a study to determine which states are the best — and the worst — for unemployment if you're looking for a job.
How being fired can be great and why everyone should experience it at least once
Let me explain why I think being fired is one of the best things that can happen to you and why everyone should be fired at least once in their lives.
When this ex-Google X director fires you, he may call it ‘liberation’
By liberating employees from jobs they're unsuited for instead of firing them, people can see that there's life beyond the one position they currently have.