Should I say my last Manager was a Psycho?

Sorry, no pass on this one! No, No and No again. You’re done with that employment position. Your life now should be all about moving forward and upward. The quality of your good character needs to be what shines the most in your interview. Engaging in character assassination against your previous employer or supervisor is not going to get you points. In fact, you may come across as petty, vengeful and bitter. Would you be willing to hire on someone to work with you day and day out with those attributes? Allow yourself to move ahead and read today’s article which can give you alternate ways to address the reasons you left your previous position while keeping you in the running for achieving success.

http://work.chron.com/say-job-interview-leaving-job-because-management-issues-2993.html

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