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Applying to job postings that ask for personal information like address upfront

If you don't provide the minimum of at least a city, state, and zip code, here's what may occur: No zip code provided may render you unhirable because a company may be concerned about your commute ...
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Applying to job postings that ask for personal information like address upfront

If you don't trust the company, then don't apply for a job at the company. But, if you trust that company, and apply for a job at that company, then please give them your correct and full address. ...
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Is it ok to interview with other companies after accepting a signed offer with little acceptance time

You have correctly identified your 3 options Accept A and decline B ("sorry, I accepted a different offer") Decline A and put all your effort into B (and maybe C, D, E as well). If things ...
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Is it ok to interview with other companies after accepting a signed offer with little acceptance time

Another option is to just do the interview whether you accepted the offer or not. There's no need to tell anyone anything. Even if you have a contract you'll be in a probation period usually.
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Give 2 week notice before or after a weeklong company team building retreat?

If you're planning to start your new job in 3 weeks, you should give notice at most 1 week from now so you have two weeks between giving your notice and your last day. Waiting until the 2 week point ...
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Give 2 week notice before or after a weeklong company team building retreat?

You should give the 2-week notice to your manager ASAP (before the retreat). Next, you ask your manager if he wants you to work for these 2 weeks (to transfer the knowledge) or to join the retreat. ...
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Company threatening me after I changed my mind on joining them after observing their work style

If Company A is calling your current Companies HR department and saying things that may or may not be true - I would be rather happy... 1: Tortious interference 2: Defamation and Slander 3: Probably ...
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Company threatening me after I changed my mind on joining them after observing their work style

I would consider yourself lucky. It was great to learn about what a horrible work environment company A had prior to joining. Just don't speak with them again. Do not take their phone calls or ...
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