5 Legitimate Reasons to Quit Your Marketing Job

5 Legitimate Reasons to Quit Your Marketing Job

July 7th, 2017

No matter where you work or how far you are on the corporate ladder, there will be times where you are frustrated with your job. You may feel like you are no longer challenged, you have no room for growth, or you may be frustrated with coworkers or colleagues.

Why Do People Quit? Report Suggests 3 Key Factors Predict Employee Turnover

Why Do People Quit? Report Suggests 3 Key Factors Predict Employee Turnover

March 23rd, 2017

If your company is having issues with employee turnover, knowing why people are choosing to leave is vital if you want to correct the issue.

5 Reasons Why Top Employees Quit

5 Reasons Why Top Employees Quit

February 2nd, 2017

Having an effective talent retention plan is vital for the success of your organization. A revolving door of new hires and people leaving your company is not good for business or your brand reputation. Unfortunately for you, good employees quit. They not only quit, they also take with them a wealth of knowledge and experience to your competitors – which can be a double-edged sword.

How to Quit: 5 Tips from a Headhunter

How to Quit: 5 Tips from a Headhunter

February 12th, 2015

There are lots of reasons to quit: you’re no longer challenged, you don’t fit in with the culture, the commute is too long, a better opportunity has come up… the list goes on. Regardless of the reason (yes, even if you hate your boss and your job) quitting professionally is the right thing to do and will benefit you in the long run. Here are 5 tips from a headhunter on how to quit your job the right way.