I'm new to the forum but have been listening to the podcasts for a few months now.
I'm beginning a new job search for the first time in over 10 years. My company will be shutting down our plant and relocating operations to the mid-west. Twice in the past two years they have made substaintial offers (promotions) for me to relocate and stay with the company. These were formal offers and not just "conversations". Both offers I turned down due to the location. Instead I have chosen to stay on and accept the severance package.
Is it appropriate for me to list the formal offers of promotion as an accomplishment on my resume even though I declined each offer? I've exceled in my current role and the offers were a result of my hard work and results I delivered. The other reason is that by the time we close our doors, I will have been in this current role for 5 years and I do not want it to appear as though things have stagnated.
What do you think?