Job Interviews

What do you say for a job interview if you were fired from previous job?

383940

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2005-09-19 02:18:08
2005-09-19 02:18:08

The only thing to do is tell the truth - but there's no reason to go into all the gory details. I was fired last year. My boss said "It's just not a fit any more." That was true, and basically it's all I said about the situation, except to add "And I've resolved never again to twist myself into something I'm not just to get a job" which showed that I have learned from the experience. If you were fired for cause, I think saying something like "I made some mistakes that I regret, but I now know how I would better handle the situation" might be the way to go. Good luck!

012
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Related Questions


SAY AT MY HIGHEST POINT I WAS EARNING... AND THEN SAY YOUR HIGHEST EARNINGS.


This is a trick question in a job interview. You should always answer tactfully and never say bad things about your previous employer, even if you have nothing good to say about them.


There are many ways you could describe your computer programming experience in a job interview. You could say you have previous experience for example.


You answer with when you can come to a job interview.


that you were stupid and naive lol


In my last job I was fired with enthusiasm


Answerif you were fired from your previous job, keep it to yourself. Legally your previous cannot devulge anything nagitive toward you. Most employers look at your refs to see what you wrote, but honestly they rarly call the references, and if they do, legally all you previous employer do is conferm that you worked there and for how long, and what your job function was, they cannot legally answer any performance related questions, nore can the say why you left.



actually it should be when you "get" fired( future)..not when you "got" fired (past)....by then it would be too late to say anything.


a job interview is called 'un entretien d'embauche' (specifically to get hired) in French.


If they ask you in an interview how you handled your most challenging experience in your previous job if you do not have any experience in a job, you should be honest. Indicate that you do not have experience but also tell them how you would handle a challenging situation in the cause of duty.


After the job interview i guess that they'll call you up or get in some comunication with you and say if you got it or not :D


very tricky question. if you left your job because you didnt like it. say something like i felt my previous job wasnt getting me what i wanted. or it didnt give me the satisfaction and fuflfillment i would expect from a career. or i felt the job wasnt right for me. anythign that seems good enough reason to leave a job. but try not to be over critical about your former employer or the colleagues. never badmouth about your previous job at an interview. say something that makes you seem a positive and sicere employee to employ.


You simply describe your job description. You say what your responsibilities are.


There are a number of things you could say to describe your current position in a job interview. You could say you are not employed for example.


To answer this question at an interview you want to make sure that you draw on the positives. You may say that you didn't get enough responsibility delegated to you and you are looking forward to that in this job.



Don't say "fired" when explaining why you left a job. Use something neutral, such as "better job opportunity," or "returned to school."


No. And in the event you said no after any felony conviction, you will get fired and possibly held accountable on perjury. specify in your interview how long it has been.



There are an unlimited number of ways you could list your specialties in a job interview. You could say that you are organized for example.


Just say thank you for the interview but no I don't think this job is right for me, shake the hiring manager's hand, and leave


Explain the circumstances briefly but positively. The arrest may have been unjustified.


Strong organizational skills and the ability to be a leader.


Yes. As unfair as it is in most states you can be fired for any reason as long as it is not discrimination. but I did say MOST states so i would look into your states laws.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.