The Job I Was Hired For Is Not What Was Advertised

More commonly people are finding that they are being hired only to start the job and find that their roles and responsibilities are different to what they expected. It usually ends up in the newly hired employee wanting to leave and start the job hunt all over again rather than face up to the issue. Being caught up in such a difficult situation is not easy even if it was an accident on the company’s part or a deliberate change.

So, if you are faced with such a crisis, what should you do? The worst thing is to walk out. Communication here is key, even if you are going to find it so hard to confront you manager or boss.

Find out more in our article on the website: http://www.tiptopjob.com/displaycontent/sectionid/15/contentid/1462_-the-job-i-was-hired-for-is-not-what-was-advertised

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