Do you drag yourself to work every day? Is quitting on your mind? Is it consuming your energy at work? How to take the litmus test?
Bad managers are the #1 and acceptable reason for employees to quit their job.
There isn’t one-size-fits-all approach, but a happier, productive, and a balanced life is essential.
Overworking, workplace aggression, anxiety, and depression can lead to serious health problems if ignored.
If you’ve lost joy in doing what you do at work, if you aren’t learning anything new then it might be time to leave.
If your company is regularly restructuring and laying off employees, then this is a sign of turbulence.
Are you no longer a part of key meetings and projects? The answer lies is in the question raised.
Unwelcome verbal, non-verbal or physical behavioral advances are unacceptable at any workplace and should be dealt with firmly.
Even though you’ve spent a considerable number of years working with a specific company, there is no need to sink along with the company.
At the end of the day - your gut is your best judgment. Beyond all these warning signs your inner voice will always lead you in the right direction.
If you no longer find joy in your job, take the plunge and design an exit strategy.