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5 signs that you're floundering in your career, and may get fired before long


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5 signs that you're floundering in your career, and may get fired before long

There’s no situation more pressured in the workplace than being constantly followed by a metaphorical axe, ready to give you the chop.

Those under the scrutiny of their leaders will be aware of just how immensely stressful and anxiety-inducing it can be to constantly feel like you’re on the verge of being fired. And this monolith of anxiety usually takes the physical form of either a manager or the Board, for those already at the top of the ladder. So bad is the anxiety of those who feel that they’re in danger of being pushed out, that a survey conducted by Gallup recently found that half of all UK-based employees have left a job purely to get away from the scornful eyes of those who control their workplace destiny.

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    Thu, 19 Dec 2019 9:30am GMT