If you want to find out more good excuses to make to attend an interview and some not too good excuses, read this.
The challenge with making excuses to attend a job interview is that;
Most times your employers know when you are passively looking for a job elsewhere.
They may pretend to buy your stories, but they really know what you are up to.
You don’t have the liberty of lying for too long. What if the first interview fails, and you apply for another job, and you are called for the interview? How long will you continue making these excuses?
If you take a medical leave, your employer has the right to ask for your medical certificate.
The best thing to do is to avoid making excuses in other to attend an interview.
Here’s what you can do instead of making excuses to attend an interview;
1.Open up to your employer about your job hunt.
2. Plan your leave to fall in the period of your job hunting.
3. Hunt for a job and send a message via your job search document when your interviews/tests should fall in.
This is usually not very easy, but it is achievable. We have covered in detail how to job hunt without having to lie to attend interviews. Find out the secret of job hunting like a pro in this blog post.
Written By: Aanuoluwaposimi Ajayi
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