Job Market. How to Explain That Lost Job. The Workologist. By ROB WALKER
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Sep 16, 2016 ... Bored and unmotivated by a job that has outlived its purpose, ... But I'd say
anybody in the situation you describe should get over that, right away. ... That
said, I don't see much upside in basically volunteering to lose your job.
25-WORKOLOGIST-popup ... Stuck In A Do-Nothing Job? ... November 1, 2015;
What If You Lose Your Current Job Mid-Interview. ... A Founder Who Can't Let Go,
December 1, 2013; How to Explain That Lost Job, November 17, 2013; On the ...
Sep 27, 2015 ... The day we returned, along with the rest of the company, we were laid off. Every
day for approximately the next month I split my time between ...
Feb 12, 2013 ... Workology: What's Your Work Personality Type? ... admits that he has a tendency
to lose interest in the production stages of a project. ... I think I would do a better
job if I wasn't trying to do 50 things at once,” Thuras admits.
Sep 22, 2015 ... The Workologist recommends that most people make job-hunting a routine, ...
Express your concerns, explain that your colleagues share them, ...
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2014 ... She wants to be honest, and I want her to find a job. ANONYMOUS.
May 7, 2013 ... Server, Chelsea Welch fired from her job at Applebee's after posting a customer's
receipt on .... happy to their hearts content without having to lose employment
because somebody with .... workology-podcast-archives-350-125.
Sep 8, 2013 ... Only a loss of critical talent or a heightened level of antagonism or increase in ... I
just read in the NY Times that they will be having a “workologist” column starting
in August. ... Lean seems an odd way to describe an active engagement. ....
compared Sandy with a job loss, 9/11, loss of loved ones, a broken ...
Apr 12, 2010 ... Blair's job in his consulting is 'putting the bridle on the mustang' — to harness the
... All Opportunities have an Outcome: Closed/Won; Closed/Lost; ... When you do
this, and can explain it, you are slowly taking control — and ...