Nimesh Neema
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Internship and a full-time job at the same company on my resume
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Distinguish based on title not job description Specify the internship separately from the job on your resume. It doesn't matter whether the job responsibilities changed much or not between ...

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How to draft a recommendation letter for myself to be approved by the department head?
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The contents of the letter depend on a lot of factors. What purpose are you going to use this letter for. Is it going to be for a job? or an academic endeavour? Maybe you are looking to make use of ...

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Advice on getting over regret for taking new and more stressful job
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After having talked to the manager and CTO, I understood the counter offer was made because they genuinely appreciated my work ethic and unique skillset, and that it was an accelerated promotion. ...

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What is the best way to deal with incapable reporting manager?
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You are working on this and your that product is quite close to cut the winning ribbon. It's crucial to understand what led you to work on the development of this product? Was it assigned to you by ...

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Inadvertently ghosted interview this morning. Is it worth following up with the company?
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Do consider following back Since you have received multiple calls, you should consider replying back. Situations (like the one with you, or something else) can happen with anyone. That shouldn't stop ...

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Should I tell my manager I desire to start my own business in future?
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While I somewhat agree with @Solar's answer, I'd like to offer another perspective to it. It totally depends on your manager and the context in which you are talking as to how your statement is taken. ...

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Should I report a former managers abuse?
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Don't report it to the company officials, especially by revealing your identity Practical advise would be to not do it. From your description it's apparent that the higher ups are likely aware of the ...

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I have accepted an internship offer. Should I inform companies I have applied to that have not gotten back to me yet?
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I had 2 interviews scheduled with Company B and C for next week, which I both cancelled by informing them I have accepted another offer in the meantime. It was good of you to be courteous by ...

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How to handle time-off /days-out from the office in Ireland?
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Talk to your colleagues/HR manager You can talk to your colleagues/HR to understand how things work in the local context (as you are an outsider). How do they handle such chores? (As it appears) you ...

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Is it appropriate to ask management to give me an evaluation?
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Yes, why not? I'm a little disappointed that I haven't gotten hardly any feedback on my work so far. Nothing appears to be wrong here. You have been in the job for four months only, which isn't a ...

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Colleague prefers to roll their own solutions that are completely unnecessary
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You can talk about it. Just ask them that you wish to discuss about a module in the project. Discuss on how they can leverage the Angular's built-in forms API to write more maintainable code which ...

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Compensation question on exit survey
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I don't see a downside to disclosing this information to my current employer. If it doesn't hurt to share the information, do it. It may help future employees. Are there any other reasons not to ...

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A manager is triggering past trauma. What are my options?
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Solutions I've thought of are potentially involving HR, or just quitting this job. Please don't do that. Especially quitting the job. Your situation is understandable. You are facing an uncomfortable ...

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Negotiate start date for a new job based in London
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Get in touch with your recruiter and get clarity as to when or how soon are you expected to join the job? And how far can the joining date be pushed if you are thinking about taking a break between ...

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Is it polite to not give follow-up reply to a freelancer?
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Is it polite to not give follow-up reply to a freelancer? It maybe not polite to not give a follow-up reply, but it definitely is not professional. When I was in the position where I remotely ...

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Why did my manager not accept my friend request?
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You are thinking too much. Someone adding someone else on Facebook as friend while not you doesn't imply anything concretely. You never know what may be happening and what may be going in the other ...

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Getting an entry level IT position later in life
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I've been using computers and programming them for over 30 years, albeit self-taught with no official qualifications. Do you have a portfolio of projects that can be presented to potential employers? ...

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Workplace and coming out, bad idea?
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my friend is gay, and is planning on coming out at his workplace. It is important to understand what is causing your friend to do so? It is highly dependant on the location as well as the kind of ...

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Is it okay to contact the cto/ceo after the interview with a solution to his problem?
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Is it a habit I should stop doing or is it okay? It depends. While it causes no harm. You are sending someone something which could be useful for them. Heck, it may even lead up to you scoring the ...

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Approached for Interview | Currently employed & Have a Personal Enterprise
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I have been approached by a company to interview for a position very similar to what I am currently doing (albeit wider in scope) You appear to have been approached based on your current skills/...

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How should i ask my boss about remote work that he promised?
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Ask for it over an email. Just keep it simple. Hello XYZ, I would like to work from home on [so and so date] as agreed a month ago. Let me know if my presence in office is needed on the day and I ...

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My colleague is constantly blaming me for his errors
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How's the QA process in your organization? Is someone assigned to ensure that the project is free of bugs before delivery to the client. Are you two developers allocated time to perform basic testing ...

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Would it be acceptable to ask for an Intern position until a full-time position becomes available?
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Would it be acceptable for me to message the recruiter telling her that I am interested in an internship program until a position opens up? There's nothing stopping you from talking this through with ...

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How to include online business and few other things as work experience in resume for a fresher?
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Welcome to the professional world. A common beginner assumption is that one resume would fit all kinds of job application. Such line of thinking is natural as you are viewing the professional world ...

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How to convince my boss not to commit binary files and assets to git?
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How to convince my boss not to commit binary files and assets to git? I feel you have already done your part. Further convincing or pushing him with more arguments isn't going to automatically change ...

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How to professionally change jobs from A to B, when you are currently doing a project for B?
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Pursue the opportunity and make a move if it's a work/pay progression Go through your job offer letter. Make sure there's no non-compete clause or clause against working with clients of your parent ...

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Is it unprofessional to wear shorts to work?
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How would you react if you see someone showing up wearing shorts unexpectedly? Keep that in mind and make your decision regarding how to dress up for casual Fridays. The reaction could vary ...

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Limit negativity inside Software Quality Assurance team
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Lack of systematic process appears to be a root cause From your description, it appears that what's causing the negativity is the lack of a systematic process to manage the project. This is turn may ...

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Are professional publications and journal articles worthwhile to include in resume for specialty role in IT?
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Placement is the key It generally never hurts including the information in your resume. However, where, what, and how much you choose to place in your resume is something you can put some thought ...

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I have been invited to an interview even though I'm not in search of a job. Should I attend?
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Having regard for everyone's time You are planning to attend a job fair with no intention to get a full time job. While it's also understandable that you: Do not wish to miss on the opportunity of ...

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