Getting fired can feel like the end of the world, but take a deep breath, remind yourself it was just a job and use these five tips to help you land your next gig.
Losing a job often is a traumatic experience. It’s important to act from a position of strength and knowledge, however, rather than reacting emotionally to the loss.
If you’re already employed, but considering a change, you may be wondering how to go about conducting a job search without causing problems with your current job -- or worse, getting busted by your boss.
You just started a job that you now know isn't the right fit. Learn how to leave while minimizing the damage.
If you've been let go, you can't afford to let things slide. Take care of business with your former employer.
More and more professionals are leaving big companies for smaller ones. Find out why and whether such a move would be right for you.
Being fired from a job is a high-stress event. How do you get past it and put yourself on the road to your next job? Here are some steps.
While you can work for the same company for many years, holding the same job for more than four can become a problem for your career. Here's why.
How would you handle being fired over a dispute when searching for a new job? Find out what our expert has to say.
Most companies shed workers at some point, so pink slips are usually not a surprise. How can you tell if your job might be on the line? Know the signs.