What Are They Saying About You?
A bad boss can mean a bad reference. Will you trust your last boss to give you a good reference? Will this “bad boss” be contacted by future employers when you applying for a new job? Knowing what your former boss will say before a prospective employer contacts him may be the difference in your receiving a new job offer. This is why our services are crucial to anyone who is applying for a job. Don’t let a bad boss or a bad reference ruin your chances of getting your dream job.
We will contact your former employer in a discreet and professional manner. Our professional staff will ask a series of questions designed to elicit a response similar to that which will be given to a prospective employer. Your boss will never know that you are utilizing our service. Our staff will provide a detailed report of our conversation to you via your own private log in area of our website. The report will include the questions and answers covered in the conversation, as well as tone of voice and attitude.
Armed with this information, you can go confidently into your next job interview knowing what a former boss will say. Don’t let a bad boss ruin your chances of getting a better job. Let us find out what they will say before a prospective employer contacts them. Our clients are often shocked by what a former boss has to say when our staff contacts them. If you think that your former or current boss is a bad boss then you owe it to yourself to find out how they will respond to a prospective employer.
Remember, a prospective employer is under no obligation to inform you what they discovered while talking with your former employer. Wouldn’t you feel better knowing in advance what that person is going to say? Contact our staff today and learn more about our reference checking services and reasonable pricing packages.
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