I am unemployed and in search for a job, who should I list as my supervisor?
I am unemployed and currently looking for a job and most application ask that you enter in your Supervisor's Name and may we contact him/her. Challenge is, my most recent supervisor has already left the company, is it still okay to give his name to my prospective employer?
Asked By: HelloKitty - 3/12/2012
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2 options: (1) you can list your previous supervisor and put the number down to the HR department where anyone can contact them to get past evaluations and such. If you choose this option, try to let your current employer know that they are no longer working for the company but you provided a back up OR (2) list them... More
Answered By: jmajczan - 3/12/2012
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Act like you dont know the person left and give the business # you last worked at and who you worked for.
Answered By: John D - 3/12/2012
Just be accurate: put down the supervisor from your previous employer. People move around all the time, and often you won't know who has left.
Answered By: Bob S - 3/12/2012
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