Sometimes, workers lose jobs due to no fault of their own. But other times, employees are fired very much for cause. If you violated a company rule, consistently showed up to the office late, or failed to complete your work by the deadlines assigned to you, you could find yourself dismissed from your job, and for good reason. Now if that happens, your natural inclination may be to tell your boss off, or storm out of the office angrily with some choice words for your manager. But rather than go that route, you’re better off making a far more courteous exit.
The reason? Of the 80% of employers who have fired an employee, 48% would consider rehiring someone they previously fired, according to outsourcing company Airtasker.