Check out the best tips to save your job before being fired

Check out the best tips to save your job before being fired

Do you have the feeling you are about to be fired? If so, this article is your perfect fit. Here you will be able to prevent that situation from happening. Keep reading and discover how to avoid being fired. 

Do you have the feeling you are about to be fired? If so, this article is your perfect fit. Here you will be able to prevent that situation from happening. Keep reading and discover how to avoid being fired. 

Do you see signs that you're about to be fired? Maybe your projects are drying up or your working relationship with your boss has taken a turn for the worse.

If your boss knows you're on your way out—but can't tell you yet—chances are that they’re doing their level best to avoid conversation. Your goal: open the lines of communication, without looking desperate. In other words, talking about your day-to-day work is good, while insisting on getting the lowdown on your future with the company is very, very bad. If your boss will talk to you, and you feel a certain level of comfort in the conversation, it may be safe to ask how things are going.

If your boss knows you're on your way out—but can't tell you yet—chances are that they’re doing their level best to avoid conversation.

Sometimes, managers and reports just don't connect, through no fault of anyone involved. If you feel like you and your boss no longer see eye to eye, it might be time to look for openings on other teams in the company. This is also a good approach if the issue is that your department is on the chopping block, and you're facing a layoff.

Sometimes, managers and reports just don't connect, through no fault of anyone involved.

If you've tried to fix things with your manager, improve your performance, and ally yourself with another department, and can't make it work, you have one last card to play: ask to be laid off.

Finally, it's important to note that sometimes, your number is just up. If you get the sense that you're about to lose your job, whether through a layoff or by being fired, now is the time to update your resume, make coffee dates with former colleagues, and connect with old bosses on LinkedIn.

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