Stealthy Job Searching - Share Your Experiences

In a recent Accountemps survey, 73 percent of workers indicated they are likely to do their job searching for a new position while currently employed. That alone is not a surprise - most people feel they are more employable if they still have a job. The trick, however, is to conduct the search without putting your current position at risk. Accountemps has some tips on how to get that new job while you're still employed. What are your on-the-job interview experiences? Have you ever gotten caught sneaking out for a long lunch? Have you had to make excuses for wearing a suit to work in a casual environment? Has the boss ever intercepted a call from a headhunter? 

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