上一份工作被炒,下一次面试怎么说?

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Fired. That five-letter word raises a red flag for any hiring manager. They know that most organizations wont fire an employee without good reason. It can make a prospective employer question your loyalty, your work ethic, even your person

Fired. That five-letter word raises a red flag for any hiring manager. They know that most organizations won't fire an employee without good reason. It can make a prospective employer question your loyalty, your work ethic, even your personality. Whether you like it or not, if you have been let go, this is an issue you will have to address and pass with flying colors to get to the next level in your job interview.

被炒鱿鱼了。那五个字对于任何一位招聘经理来说都是危险信号。他们知道大多数机构都不会无缘无故解雇员工。那会使得潜在的雇主对你的忠诚度、职业道德、甚至你的人品产生疑问。不管你喜不喜欢,如果你曾经被遣散,那么这是一件你需要解决的问题,也会助你举起参加下一阶段面试的胜利旗帜。

In this article, we will address some possible reasons for which you could have been fired and how to talk about them in an interview. First, there are a few things you will want to avoid.

在本文里,我们会列出一些可能用得上的被解雇的理由,以及如何在面试的时候谈论它的方法。不过首先,你可能需要避免一些错误。

· Don't play the victim card when you talk about being fired.

·在谈论被解雇的时候,不要打受害者牌。

·Don't speak bitterly about the organization you previously worked for.

·不要埋怨你之前工作的公司机构。

·Don't lie. It is important to be honest. It will be worse for you if the hiring manager finds out that you lied to them.

·不要撒谎。真诚很重要。如果招聘经理发现你说谎,结果可能会更糟糕。

1. Your previous department was liquidated.

1. 你曾经就职的部门被解散了。

This is easy to address because it most likely didn't have to do with you on a personal level but on a department level. You can take the initiative and bring this up yourself instead of waiting for the hiring manager to ask about being fired. Try something like:

这个问题很容易解决,因为这几乎与你本人没有关系,而是与部门架构有关。你可以采取主动,自己提出这件事情,而不是等待招聘经理提问你被解雇的原因。试试这么说:

"I worked for my previous employer for X years. Unfortunately, my department and I were let go due to a liquidation. I will always be grateful to (employer name) for helping me grow (mention two areas), but I am excited for new opportunities."

“我已经为前任雇主服务了X年。不幸的是,我所在的部门和我都由于部门架构的原因被解散了。我会一直感谢(雇主名字)在(提到两方面的)的帮助,不过有新的工作机会我也很激动。”

This type of answer is brief and to the point. By including words like your whole department and liquidation it is made clear you weren't fired for a personal issue. By mentioning how your previous employer helped you, you show gratitude and loyalty. And by mentioning you are excited for new opportunities shows that you aren't bitter, but moving forward.

这种回答是直截了当的。通过提到了你的整个部门和解散,会让别人清楚知道你并非由于个人原因而被解雇的。通过提到你的前任雇主对你的帮助,你可以表达自己的感激之情和忠诚。再者提到你对新工作机会的激动心情,你能展示出你并不消极而是在努力向前。

2. You were fired for habitual tardiness.

2. 由于习惯性迟到被解雇。

According to a CareerBuilder survey, 41 percent of employers have fired someone for being late to work. Whether you agree with the reason you were fired or not, you want to avoid becoming defensive or bashing your former manager in your job interview.

根据凯业必达网站的调查,有41%的雇主解雇过习惯迟到的员工。不管你接不接受这个解雇理由,你都想要避免加强自我防御或在面试中重击你的前任雇主的事情。

Instead, take responsibility for your actions and be objective. Make sure to explain what you have learned from your experience. Try something like:

相反,对自己的行为负责并保持客观。一定要解释你所学到的经验。试试这么说:

"I am sorry to say that I got too comfortable in my previous position and I failed to see how being late to work was affecting others. I have a renewed appreciation for the meaning of teamwork and I am determined to fulfill my next employer's expectations."

“很遗憾的说,我在上一个工作岗位中太安逸了,我无法意识到迟到对他人会造成多大的影响。如今我更新了团队合作重要性的意识,我已下定决心去实现下一位雇主的目标。”

This kind of answer shows that you have recognized you were part of the problem and how the experience will help you in the future.

这种回答展示出你已经意识到你是这个问题的一部分,也能显示出这个经历在未来能够帮助你成长。

3. You violated company policy.

3. 你违反了公司的政策。

This could be a range of issues from a social media policy to a code of conduct. However, if you were fired, the hiring manager will assume it was not just a small offense.

这可能会涉及到一系列的问题,从社交媒体政策到行为守则都有。无论如何,如果你是被解雇的,招聘经理就会设想那不仅仅是一个小小的冒犯问题。

To prepare yourself, contact your former employer and find out how much of what happened will be disclosed. Again, you won't want to lie or spin the story to tell the hiring manager, but knowing what the hiring manager knows about your situation will help you know what to say.

为了做好准备,请联系你的前任雇主,了解情况被泄露的消息有多少。再次强调,你不希望说谎或给招聘经理做故事导向,不过充分了解招聘经理所知道的情况可以帮助你调整自己的回答。

You will also want to make sure that you have solid references at your previous place of employment who will speak to your character.

你还需要确保你在前一任工作中有可靠的推荐人,他/她会为你个人角色说话。

Try saying something like:

试试这么说:

"I made a mistake at my previous place of employment and I have taken responsibility for that. However, I am determined to prove what my references will tell you about me (mention two qualities you have that speak to the position you want)."

“我在上一份工作中犯了一个错误,我已经承担起了责任。无论如何,我下定了决心去证明我的推荐人告诉您关于我的情况(提到两个能够为你拿下目标岗位的资格)。”

The hiring manager will most likely have follow-up questions for you. Be straightforward when answering, but don't feel the need to rehash the story with all the gory details.

招聘经理通常都会有一些后续的问题。请直接回答,但不要带着残酷的细节把故事重新讲述一遍。

4. You lied on your last job application.

4. 你在上一份求职申请不诚实。

If this is why you were fired from your last position, then you understand the importance of being truthful moving forward. Make sure that you haven't put false information on your resume or padded any details that make it seem you have qualifications that you don't have.

如果这是你被免除上一份职业的原因,然后你就了解真诚对于事业发展的重要性。请确保你不要在简历上添加虚假信息,或者修饰任何让你看起来具备资格的细节,而你实际上并没有。

Then, in your interview try something like:

那么,在面试的时候可以尝试这么说:

"When I applied for my previous position, I was inexperienced and didn't appreciate that padding my resume is a serious offense. I have grown as a professional and I believe that it is important to be honest in all professional relationships. You have my word that everything on this resume that I have given you is true and can be backed up by my references."

“当我申请上一个职位的时候,我经验不足,也没有意识到修饰简历是一个严重的冒犯问题。我已经成为专业人士,我认为在所有的职业关系当中,保持真诚的态度是非常重要的。我向您保证,我为您投送的这份简历中的所有信息都是真实的,并且我的推荐人可以保证。”

Whether or not you advance in the hiring process will be up to the hiring manager. But if you lay all your cards out on the table during your interview and can show that you are honest and trustworthy, you have a better chance of getting hired.

你能否在招聘阶段再进一步,将取决于你的招聘经理。不过如果你能够在面试的过程中把所有的牌都亮出来,这能够展现你的真诚与可信任,你就很有机会被录用。

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