What to know before you send that resignation letter

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The resignation letter may seem like the perfect opportunity to vent out all your frustrations about the company, but it really should display your professionalism. Here’s what you need to know before you quit.
The resignation letter may seem like the perfect opportunity to vent out all your frustrations about the company, but it really should display your professionalism. Here’s what you need to know before you quit.
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He was invited to a job interview and did so well that he was offered the position by the CEO on the spot – verbally.

Then almost, just as suddenly, the company turned around and said that there was no employment agreement, no job, no new appointment.

It’s quite the pickle. But this – the situation Wayne Young found himself in after he’d applied for a sales position with the Barnes Group – is a common issue. 

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