Knobull Helps To Navigate A Job Search While Remaining Employed

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BOSTON - BostonChron -- President of Knobull, Lynn Bentley reported, "Looking for a job while you're still employed can be difficult. Not only does it take a lot of time but you have to be discreet so that you don't jeopardize your current job before you're ready to move on to the next position. We can tailor our Career Services so that searchers don't run into difficulties while moving through this tricky process!"

While it can be tempting to talk to a coworker, you shouldn't. Your intent to find employment elsewhere could easily get back to your manager. Let the prospective employer know that you're trying to be discreet with your job search and ask if you can interview before or after work or over lunch.

Before you begin editing, turn off notifications so that changes won't be broadcast to your personal LinkedIn network. Keep your listed skills updated and consistent with what you're doing at your current job. Make sure you're doing all job search activities on your own time. If emails need to be responded to more quickly, set aside time over your lunch hour to take care of these. Be careful when you're using social media or visiting job boards.

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It's important to continue to put forth your best effort at work and maintain a strong relationship with your supervisor and coworkers. While you do have a personal obligation to yourself to find opportunities that are emotionally, intellectually and personally fulfilling, you still want to maintain positive working relationships.

Bentley concluded, "Even though you've decided that you're ready to seek opportunities elsewhere, maintain a positive attitude. Be a team player and maintain your enthusiasm even though you know that the position or the company is no longer the right fit for you."

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