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I would say short of trying what other people have suggested here if you have communicated and your management still feels everything is fine then you should have no reason to get all excited either. You come in and leave on a normal day schedule. Work will be there tomorrow. However if they are sweating bullets and still expect you to pick up the load ...


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I think a lot of answers here will tell you to play hardball. And while it is helpful to make yourself clear what you can and what you are willing to do, drawing a line in the sand in a confrontational meeting shouldn't be your first move to change your situation. I'd rather start with a smaller meeting with your direct manager. Prepare a list of everything ...


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TL;DR: Your company seems to be in full panic mode right now, and at least part of the responsible management is absent. Make it crystal clear to whoever is in charge that you have an impossible list of tasks right now and need some priorities to work on; also make it clear that it is not possible (for you alone, at least) to solve everything at once, so ...


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Reduced hours and responsibilities is one approach, but it might look strange if you already feel like you're under suspicion for your previous association. You could also approach this by call a meeting of the various stakeholders - your current boss, perhaps you can include the guy in Germany via conference-call, etc. Then in the meeting, make it clear ...


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As a technical interviewer, I've been through hundreds of resume, however I don't remember seeing a candidate listing out his grade for individual modules (Some may list in an achievement section specify they topped a course). People list the courses to demonstrate they have studied these subjects, and interviewers may choose to ask questions from relevant ...


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Be honest and forthcoming. Don't try to hide it or lie about it. If this is a good and smart company they'll give you an opportunity to talk about it and about how you've worked and studied to improve in this area. If you don't get this job because of this, don't be discouraged and don't use that as justification to be untruthful in the future. Life is a ...


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