Promotion - How To Answer "why Should We Promote You
My view is that the best way to get promoted is to already be operating at that level. This makes it a no-brainer for the company. Rather than asking "Should we give Konerak a chance in a more senior role" you want them saying "Konerak is already effectively functioning as a senior [whatever], we should make if official".. So, your answer, if asked "why we should promote you",should be along
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united kingdom - Will being dismissed affect my DBS check
I have been dismissed for gross misconduct. (The misconduct was the misuse of vouchers; specifically picking up vouchers/money-off coupons that had been discarded by a customer and using them) Will that affect my DBS (Disclosure and barring service) check? (Formerly known as a CRB (criminal records bureau) check.)
united kingdom - Am I likely to be rehired after being
I was dismissed from my job for gross misconduct, specifically picking up vouchers (money-off coupons) that had been discarded by a customer and using them. I'd been with the company for 10 years and only made this one mistake. Is it possible to apply for a job from the same company? And what is the likelihood of being rehired?
Offered $350 gift for customer research survey - The
Typically they are trying to understand how people think about a product and/or a proposed advertising campaign for it. Remuneration for the participant's time is typically about $100-200 plus free samples or discount coupons or something of that sort. $350 is higher than I would expect and I'd be a bit suspicious, but it isn't unbelievable.
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compensation - How long should I wait for promised equity
Getting paid in equity or stock options is like getting paid with discount coupons for lottery tickets. There's no guarantee that a company's stock will take off, or even pay out decently in the long run. Unless you know how to evaluate the market and the product, and feel confident that this thing will succeed financially, any money you're
ethics - Is this gift from a vendor something for me
This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Any travel must be be OK'ed by both is paid for or partially paid for by vendor, including coupons or group discounts. There are quite a few examples in the handbook but they would be a give away for who I work for.
job change - How to get my old company to stop asking for
The first time or two you get an email asking for help, beg off by indicating how busy you are. Something like "Sorry. I'm really swamped with work at my new job and won't have time to help out." Nothing more, don't promise to help later, just leave it at that. Then just simply stop responding.
gossip - How can I politely ask a coworker to stop giving
Or in the tech store situation. Maybe he has some tips or knowledge about what's in the store. "Which store are you going to?" "Oh I am going to store A." "Oh yeah, I know X at that store and I got some coupons, let me print them out." Or in the lunch situation, was he sitting by himself? Maybe he wants to ask if he can come with you.