>>16869692 Does stating, "Communicating with the President proved difficult and timely," scream ineptitude?
I received two $1 raises in the first five months...is stating that a good or bad idea (in a cover letter)? Also, in my exit interview, he asked what he could do to get me to stay (multiple times)...is that okay to state; I have considered saying something along the lines of, "Fully trained replacement, as I turned down the President's request for me to stay."
My crew foreman and top hand were major alcoholics that would stay out until 3 in the morning and we wouldn't get to work until 10am when myself and the the other welder on our crew would be ready to go at 7am. We would be on jobs out of state 3-4 days over schedule and when I finally confronted the CEO about it, I mysteriously got shit canned.
My boss was just a simple Dicklord. He would refer to all of his male employees as 'fuckers' when they were having too much fun, and always felt the need to be the smartest person in the room. He demanded respect without doing shit to earn it, and was never in a good mood unless he was in the process of suing somebody.
Really though, his favorite colour is grey. Which pretty much sums everything up. Unfortunately, there is no AA for such types.
>>16869768 Why the objection? Either the prospective employer call the old boss and says, "why did anon leave the firm?" or they take anon's word. Then it's up to the old boss to say anon worked for me yes that's all i can say, or he says anon was a slacker and we didn't mesh well, he quit.
>>16869690 the correct reason for leaving a job is always to achieve the next goal or career move. if you have to you should fabricate one. never leave a job because of the job itself or any people associated with it. i don't even care if your job was you worked for the mafia as a sex slave. you dont ever trash any job or indicate that you couldn't or didn't want to get the job done.
I left my last job for being under appreciated, (working weekends, 50 hours on weekdays, always being told what was wrong when everything else was right, being denied all time off no matter the importance.)
Last straw was I requested my anniversary off, (7 years,) and was denied, lied to about it, and then the shift I was given was someone else's regular shift that they got off for no reason.
I put in my notice and they said all sorts of things to make me stay.
I told possible employers that "I left because I was too invested in that job and it was holding me back from growing with the company, and I needed to a fresh start to put things in perspective about where I wanted to go in the field." (Which is technically true, but it wasn't because I wanted to be too invested.)
It's worked pretty well since it implies I care about my work a lot and that I'm willing to try lots of new things. (Which is also true.)
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