Do you have to put every employer on your resume?

Do you have to put every employer on your resume?

Your resume is not a legal document and you are under no obligation to list every job you’ve ever had. The purpose of your resume is to sell you to potential employers and this is the most important thing to keep in mind. You need to be able to explain gaps, and why you decided to not include a job on your resume.

What do you do in a termination meeting?

What to Do at a Termination MeetingGive an adequate reason for the discharge. Seek out the employee’s explanation or interpretation of events. Make it clear that the decision is final. Briefly run through the benefits. Explain your job reference policy. Collect what’s yours from the employee.

Can I record a termination meeting?

Employees sometimes ask to record the meeting, if they suspect it will be a termination. Many human resources managers refuse to allow recording the session. This is a real mistake. Think how it will play out in front of a judge/jury that the fired employee asked to record the session and was denied.

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