Losing your job can be an immensely stressful experience and whilst redundancies are an inevitable part of the ever-shifting corporate landscape, being let go from a company based on performance or poor conduct has grave ramifications for future career prospects.
Luckily, it should be relatively easy to avoid the five key reasons for being fired, according to The Muse which are: stealing company property, lying to a client, bullying or harassment in the workplace, not completing set tasks and consistently arriving at work late. If these five key causes apply to you, it might be time to re-assess your professional conduct and make some key changes before re-entering the corporate world.
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