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3 signs that it's time to quit your job

Job commitment is a tricky issue. Whilst your blood, sweat and tears have been invested in the success you’ve cultivated at your current workplace, this in no way negates the yearning to start afresh in a vibrant new environment.

Whilst the feeling may be swelling with a view to steering your career path into a new and exciting direction, it can be hard to differentiate between everyday workplace stress, which we all experience, and genuine signs that it may be time to jump ship.

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Comments (1)

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler
    Fri, 22 Feb 2019 10:38am GMT
    It is not uncommon, having been approached by another company and made an offer for your current employee make a counter offer to try and keep you. Whilst you might not want to accept the new job, I would always wonder why my current employer only now decided I am worth more. It therefore not surprising how many people in this position leave within twelve months anyway because they simply do not feel valued for the contribution they have made over previous years.
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