Remember to use your networking manners

05/26/2011 | GlassDoor.com

Follow good networking etiquette, such as not badmouthing former employers or being a time hog, Debra Wheatman writes. "Recognize that you are asking for a favor and be respectful of those who have the potential to help you. Their time is valuable to them, so it is critical that your communications are brief and to the point," Wheatman writes.

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