Changing jobs brings challenges you probably wouldn’t imagine. Many people operate with a head full…
John Borrowman, CPC
Borrowman Baker, LLC
Getting a second opinion is a given for some medical procedures. Isn’t your career just as important? Doesn’t it make sense you would want to make your decision on the best information you can find?
You may not have a co-worker to talk to about an offer, not without jeopardizing your standing if the word got out that you were interviewing. Your next option includes friends and former co-workers who understand the work that you do. And if you have a partner at home, that’s another conversation you’re going to have.
In the end, though, none of them can be the second opinion your job change needs. We can make sure you’ve asked the questions you need to ask to make a smarter decision.
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