You may work for a jerk, but not including your current head director as a reference since up a giant red flag to prospective employers. The last time I hired an assistant I had 50+ resumes to go through. I didnít have the time to go chasing every red flag that came up. Therefore, those resumes went to the bottom of the list pretty much automatically. My advice would be to list your current hit director as a reference, and let him know you are looking. You donít want him finding out from somebody else.
: I know it seems early to be talking about
: this, but I'm trying to get my resume and
: references ready for TMEA. Part of the
: reason I'm leaving is my head director. I
: won't get into details, but I think I'd be
: better served looking elsewhere.
: My question is should I include them as a
: reference? I know many potential employers
: will call them anyway, and I've already
: included two others, including my
: supervisor. But what is the consensus
: amongst other directors?