I've about maxed out my growth at my current place of employment and have started to look elsewhere.
I realized that I've never started looking while employed at a place where I would stay if I couldn't find anything better.
Is there a process? Do I let my current employer know I am looking at any point before I'd be submitting a resignation letter (is that still a thing)?
Not in this instance.
How do I handle interviews during the day with my current place and will prospective employers understand that I'm coming from work if I show up in slacks instead of a suit?
If your job is the kind where you are expected to interview in a suit., then you should make every effort to do so. I've stashed a suit at my gym and changed there. I've changed in parking lots, hotel restrooms, a hockey arena locker room etc. You should be able to find a way.
You might want to line up your references ahead of time. If your references seem open to some direction, you could let them know which of your skills/attributes you might like them to emphasize.
You may want to talk to a couple of recruiters right at the start. If you haven't been looking lately, or ever, they can sometimes offer insight into the prevailing compensation options for your type of job, feedback on the formatting and content of your resume, possible interview questions etc. The hiring company is their client, you are their product and if they think you're qualified, they want to present their product in the best possible light to their clients.
brunMember Since 13 May 2010
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