Another reference :)
More than any other aspect of your job, your direct supervisor has the power to make or break you. Research has shown most people that leave their jobs, don’t leave the organization, they leave the person that they directly reported to. If this person is the biggest indicator of how successful you will be in your new work, shouldn’t you know as much as you can about him or her?
- Talk to people within the company.
- Ask detailed questions during the interview. (What type of person do you like to work with? Describe a time when you had to discipline one of your staff. If I talked to your staff, what would they tell me about you?)
- Do research online before showing up.
Target says up to 70 million people’s personal information, including names, addresses, phone numbers or email addresses, was taken during the data breach that compromised payment cards.
In a statement, Target said this is not a new breach but was uncovered as part of its ongoing investigation into the theft of 40 million people’s payment details.
I saw 110 million today
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