For some, there’s no other choice.
Jobs equal security. They mean that we can pay our bills at the end of the month, progress our careers, buy that pair of shoes we’ve been eyeing up and avoid that dreaded gap on our CV. Yet,
Recent research by TLF Research found that an average of 13% of employees would
Why would someone take such a gamble without lining up their next position? Common reasons for leaving a position without another job offer on the table include:
A culmination of bad events
Bullying and harassment
Prohibitive or inflexible policies.
While 25 to 34-year-olds were more likely to take the jump, and 55 to 64-year-olds least likely, these figures show that no one is immune from
Is this you?
Unless you’re jumping on the next plane to travel somewhere new or beginning your retirement with a map and the open road, no one should feel like they have no other option but to leave without a plan.
If there are moments, meetings or days where this thought seriously crosses your mind, it’s time to find yourself a job that doesn’t make you feel like walking out - because believe us, they exist.
With a variety of exciting, interesting and fun marketing and PR, data and insight, technology, digital and creative vacancies across the country, we can help you leave your job with a plan for a better one.
Is this your staff?
Everyone has bad days, but if your employees’ bad days are making them head for the door with no idea of what’s behind it, then things need to change. Not only because this is bad for their health, careers and families, but also because it can have damaging effects upon your other employees, your employer reputation and your overall business.
Ways to avoid employees from feeling this way include:
Conducting regular one-to-
one meetingsto identify triggers early on
Offering confidential professional and personal support
Providing employees with developmental and career progression opportunities
Ensuring that your policies and working patterns are inclusive and
Treating all employees with care and respect
Jobs might equal security, but when that comes at the expense of personal or professional wellbeing, sometimes security doesn’t matter.
If anything in this article has spoken directly to you, then please get in touch today.