While you’re performing your job search, you’ll want to be sure to be prepared to keep your job once you find it. There’s many reasons given at the time of a termination as to why a person is let go, but more often than not, we find the employer is vague. There is a way you can attempt to protect yourself from being the person who is let go. Our article today talks about three types of people employers are currently letting go. After reviewing the article, I’m pretty sure these types are not reserved to just right now, but I think you could find a common thread throughout the years. Read the article to learn how not to be the employee getting fired.
Create a profile at jobs.mt.gov and check our listings each day to find the perfect opportunity for an employer to see what an excellent worker and asset you can be to their company. Come in to Dillon Job Service, 730 N. Montana, Suite 4, and see our Employment Specialists to learn what options and resources are available to our job seekers.
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