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Should I have concern for my previous workplace, when considering a new job?
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The popular Indian president Abdul Kalam has already given the answer. Love your job but don't love your company, because you may not know when your company stops loving you. Abdul Kalam

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How to politely decline integration meeting
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Try to find a way to go there. Simply tell that you can't get a current leave from current company because I have to finish many works before leaving this. I think it is good impression for you.

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When is it OK to play a prank this April Fool's day?
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It all depends on the country, office culture and type of prank. It is not appropriate to play a prank on even April 1st in many professional companies in Sri Lanka. It may cause unexpected problems. ...

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How do I ask my current company how long they want to keep me around? I'm an independent contractor
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As you have said, they have confirmed it, but seems like it is from verbally or email. So you can request to renew it officially. I mean you can asked from them to sign the new / renew contract.

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To include my current 2 weeks working experience or not in the resume?
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If I were you, I don't include my current position and I won't tell I am working currently in the interview also. I will tell that now I am looking for a job. The main reason for that is, most ...

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Is it common practice for a school to force its staff to use school canteen?
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Is it common practice for a school to force its staff to use school canteen? It depends on the country and school. For a example, It is a common practice in some schools in Sri Lanka. Teachers of ...

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Is it ethical to place Company projects in CV.?
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It is depends on the agreement with your current employer. In my current company, I have no permission to tell any details about my projects (even the project name or client name) to any one without ...

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How to say 'you mind your own business' without sounding rude, but not being entirely polite either?
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I have go with following sentence (Not extractly it because we are using Sinhala language.) and it worked.... Now his suggestions come via tech lead.... Unfortunately I have problem with time, ...

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