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Originally Posted by mommabear
One time I told (didn't get the job) and the next I didn't (did get the job). I don't feel anyone should be obligated, but in my experience I just felt like I needed to let the first know (referred by a friend, wonderful company, needed to hold onto my integrity), and not the second (desperate for a job, strange boss, didn't give a hoot about my integrity). I still don't know what the right answer is, and for the record, my matleave was 12 months, so when the time did come to tell my boss I was freaked. (In my defence, I was so newly pg at the time of being hired, anything could have happened).
My family: me , dh , ds (11), dd1 (9), and dd2 (3).
Tout va s'arranger à la fin. Si elle ne fonctionne pas; ce n'est pas la fin.
Originally Posted by Dmitrizmom
FWIW, until they have offered me a job, they don't need to know. Once a job offer has been made, then they need to know. JMHO.
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