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To tell or not to tell?

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by gergil4, Apr 10, 2011.

  1. gergil4

    gergil4 New commenter

    Always tell, especially if you're expecting them to be a reference - common courtesy. This will surely affect your maternity pay if you don't get another job and leave.
  2. BelleDuJour

    BelleDuJour Star commenter

    I would say but onlywhen, and if, you find a job you like and submit an application. No point in saying 'I'm thinking of applying for a new job' just incase you don't find a job you fancy.
    BTW....seems odd you are looking before you've even gone back. I assume you don't like your job?
  3. My commute to work is an 90 mile round trip and with a new little bundle at home that means 450 miles per week and at least 10 hours per week sat in the car - frankly I'd rather be with my little one!
  4. I don't blame you! Just tell your head the reason you are looking for a new job but only if you find any worth applying for!


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