Maybe you didn't like your supervisor, or maybe you found it difficult to get along with your coworkers at your last job. Try to view things positively rather than focusing on the drawbacks.
Each job has given you something to learn. Even if you're happy to put it behind you, you did pick up a few lessons. During your interview, you should discuss how your prior employment aided you in achieving your professional objectives.
Never feel pressured to embellish the facts or lie during an interview. Being untruthful about your previous mistakes and future expectations can ultimately harm you. Be your true self rather than trying to be someone you're not.
Even though the interviewer may ask you to discuss the past a lot, you are still allowed to bring up the future. Highlight your professional aspirations and how you hope to advance with this new firm.
Far from shorter stints being problematic, they are increasingly becoming the norm. One of the key trends of 2020 and 2021 is that people, including senior executives, are being offered contract roles.
In today’s market, the greater danger is staying at an organization for too long. It’s important to stay nimble and versatile.