Tuesday, November 6, 2018

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We all know that it is best to try and stick in your job for a long time. Not only does staying with the same company over a long period look impressive on your resume, but it can actually help with your career as a whole. After all, you will be well settled into the company, will know the whole business inside out, and will be known to all management staff. This will greatly increase your chances of gaining a promotion and moving your way up through the company’s ranks.

However, things don’t always pan out that way. If you find that your motivation starts to dwindle at work, it could be time you moved on to pastures new. It’s not just a fading motivation that could be a sign that it’s time to move on. Here are a few others that you might want to take notice of as well.

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You Are Always Stressed

Jobs can be quite stressy at times, but this isn’t usually a reason to throw in the towel. After all, the stressful phases usually pass before too long, and you shouldn’t have to deal with the stress for long periods. If you do, though, it could end up being bad for you. If you find that your work is making you stressed all the time, you might end up taking the stress home with you, and this could then lead to poor sleep patterns and tension in your personal relationships. So, be sure not to stick around in a position that is continually giving you this kind of grief. It’s best to move to a different company where you can balance out your stress levels.

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It’s Dangerous For Your Health

Stress can be dangerous for your health as well, but that isn’t actually the only health risk you might face at work. In fact, there are some workplaces, such as factories and warehouses, that feature a lot of risks, and you will need to make sure that you always wear the correct safety gear in order to stay at work. If your employer doesn’t supply you with these, they are ignoring their responsibility, and you should move to a different company that takes the safety of their employees seriously. Similarly, builders and other workers in the construction industry need to watch out for asbestos-related diseases. Thankfully, there are now legal solutions for mesothelioma victims that can help those suffering from the effects of asbestos. If your employer shows a disregard for your safety in this respect, it’s another reason to switch companies.

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There’s No Chance Of Promotion

Do you think you have moved up through the company as far as you can go? If so, you might want to look for another business that can provide you with better future prospects. You need to be in a job that comes with plenty of opportunities for promotions throughout your entire time with the company, otherwise you won’t be getting any benefits from the job. It will also prevent your own self-development. Not only that, though, but you also need to be in a job where there is plenty to learn so that you can continually develop your skills and knowledge. This will prevent you from getting bored with your everyday tasks and jobs.


You Don’t Believe In The Company Anymore

When we look for a new job, we often try to find a company that we believe in and holds similar values to our own. This will help us to stay motivated in our role, and feel like we are helping a business work towards something that we believe in or are passionate about. However, it can be easy to end up no longer believing in a company anymore. Businesses may change their values or start working towards a different end, and these might not be agreeable to you at all.

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You Always Countdown To Home Time

Have you started to watch the clock throughout the day and count down the hours until you can go home? That’s a sign that you are really bored at work, and you should think about starting the hunt for a new one. There needs to be some form of excitement for your work, but watching the clock all day is a clear sign that any excitement that you did have has now very much disappeared.

So, do you recognize any of these signs mentioned above? If so, you might want to think long and hard about how you currently feel about your job. It might be time to start looking for a new one!

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