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The shocking reason most employees get fired

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The shocking reason most employees get fired

Being fired can be devastating for your career path.

For one thing, having a black dot on your employment history is hard to put a positive spin on in the interview process, whilst the bridges that you’ve inevitably burned in your industry may well prove to be a hindrance when trying to move forward. Unless you’ve won the lottery, or you’re planning on starting a new life in Alaska, chances are that you want to avoid being fired.

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Comments (1)

  • C E Long
    C E Long
    Fri, 26 Jul 2019 10:25am BST
    Absolutely agree with your points about personality but there is also a third reason they may get fired. Sometimes people perform well in interviews and manage to hide some of their personality traits, they continue to try their best for their probation period to keep up what is expected but eventually their real personality comes through and, sadly, they find 6-12 months later the company/team/colleagues they work with are unable to accommodate their personality quirks any longer.