Bad Referrals Happen to Good People

You thought, she was a good reference. She worked at the firm and offered to put in a good word for you. You never heard back until you received the rejection letter. Unknown to you, she was a slacker and now your name is associated with her at this company. This is only situation you may have not thought of when networking to attain employment. Don’t be caught unaware. Read today’s article and learn how you can protect your good reputation while applying for positions.

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