Tips on confidentiality when looking for a new job

04/25/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Job seekers should use a personal e-mail and phone number to keep current bosses from learning of their job search, career adviser Elaine Varelas writes in this blog post in response to a reader question. They should not copy resumes at work, should refrain from sharing their search with co-workers, and should inform potential employers that their search is confidential, Varelas advises. "You are wise to be concerned about confidentiality in the job search. Looking for a new opportunity while employed can put your current role at risk."

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