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    Re: challenging letter II

    Some free advice.
    See if you can't find another job before leaving your present job. (It's always easier to find a job if you already have one.)

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    Re: challenging letter II

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Oh, I'm not doubting that your warning was due to your letter rather than your performance.
    What are your plans now? When you learn to write more diplomatically, will you send your management another letter? I don't want to help you improve your writing skills if it's only going to get you the sack !
    Raymott

    thanks for your concern. dont worry, i will not send my management another letter, as i have already felt disappointed. i just take this as an opportunity to learn a better english

    thanks

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    Re: challenging letter II

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    Some free advice.
    See if you can't find another job before leaving your present job. (It's always easier to find a job if you already have one.)
    RonBee

    that is true. Although i don't know why people without job is harder to find a job than people with job, it is still the fact. It sounds to me like most of the employers have a bias to the jobless interviewee. To some extend, i could understand why. Perhaps they thought that those jobless interviewee are mainly quit his/her previous position because of incompetency, or being fired by his/her previous employer.

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    Re: challenging letter II

    Employers have a bias toward people who are already employed. If someone has a job that shows that he is employable.

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    Re: challenging letter II

    Dear Teachers

    Any input is highly appreciated

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