Why being too nice might hurt your job chances

03/20/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Contrary to conventional wisdom, it's OK to bad-mouth a former boss, small-business owner Jay Goltz writes. "Why would a boss not want to know why a candidate was dissatisfied with a previous job? Do you really want to hire someone who withholds an honest explanation?" he writes.

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