Searching For A Job While You Are Employed
There are some tips that are helpful for you to know when searching for a job while you are employed. However, before you search for a new job, it is important to first search for any potential openings in your current job for a better position. Look for any internal transfers or professional change opportunities. If you can’t find any opportunities within your current job, it is time to look for a new one. The very important thing that you need to keep in mind when searching for a job is that you should not tell the management about it. Once the word gets out that you’re looking for a new job, it will only lead you to awkward scenarios with coworkers or you might even lose the possible internal opportunities. It is also important not to search jobs using your current company computers. Company computers are usually monitored, so the management can soon find out that you are searching for a new job.
Once you applied for a new job and called back for an interview, it is important for you to schedule your interviews wisely.
It is good to schedule very early in the morning or towards the end of the work day.
This way, you won’t look suspicious for coming into work late or leaving early because you can always make up excuses for that. Also, if you have a phone interview, try your best to avoid scheduling it during your work hours. Finding a new path and searching for a new opportunity is great, so be responsible for your own career and make wise decisions.