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Asking your Boss to be your Reference

Asking your boss for a recommendation doesn't have to be tough.
Asking your boss for a recommendation doesn't have to be tough.
If you're in the market for a new job, there's one scary task that remains before you're home free - you have to find a way to tell your boss that you're taking the next step in your career. And, even more intimidating, you have to ask for a recommendation.

It's never easy to tell your boss that you're thinking of moving on to a new company, but if there's nothing left for you to learn in your current position, he'll probably recognize that it's the best thing to do for both of you. Make sure you break the news to him in a diplomatic way - start by thanking him for giving you so many opportunities in the business, and let him know how valuable your current job has been for you. Then tell him that you think you've learned what there is to learn from the position, and you're ready to move on to the next step in your professional life.

Of course, just because you're looking for a new job doesn't mean you have an excuse to slack off in your current one. Your boss could be a valuable networking contact and reference for you for years to come, so you want to make sure you go out on a high note. Keep giving the job 100 percent until your very last day.

For more advice, contact a psychic. Our gifted psychics can use their talents to see how your boss will react to the news that you're leaving.
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