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"People are not your most important asset. The right people are."
- Jim Collins
The following list is a core composite for internal job seekers:
1. Maintain Netiquette consistency in the same way you normally do.
2. Do not make any assumptions.
3. Ensure you are qualified for the position you are seeking to transfer to.
4. Advise your supervisors of your intent to move between positions prior to submitting your application.
5. Do not disparage any of your fellow applicants.
6. If you do not receive the offer, be gracious and congratulate the person awarded the job.
7. Should you receive the position, send thank-you emails to all the people who assisted you.
8. Send an email to your new manager highlighting your new roles and responsibilities.
9. Notify any recruiters or managers within or outside of the company that you have a new position and supply appropriate thank-you messages.Change your social media information and email signature appropriately.
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