Our guidance on interviewing for your own job.

Interviewing for your own job - that is, having to interview for the job you're already doing, often with the same manager - is not common. It happens most often in mergers or acquisitions when companies need to reduce the numbers in their workforce, and they have two teams of people with the same skills. It also happens relatively often in the public sector, as a product of the 'fairness' principle which the public sector often puts ahead of other considerations. If you're in this position, what do you do?

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