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What to Tell Your Recruiter after You’ve Been Laid Off

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If your firm has laid you off, but they have allowed you to maintain the appearance of employment by remaining on the website, do you disclose your true situation to your recruiter and potential future employers during your search process? There are many opinions about this topic so you may want to distill your inquiry to a few simple questions. Read more at BCG Attorney Search …

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