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Is it time for a change of scenery? Many people go back and forth about deciding to quit their job and make a career move. Sure, it can be scary, but if you are not happy in your current role, it’s a necessary move. As a Toronto recruitment agency, we recommend you at least consider the merits of exploring your career options.
Not sure if you should stay or go? Here are 6 signs it’s time to quit your job and find something else:
Being comfortable in your role is a good thing, but being too comfortable can also be a detriment. You are no longer being challenged. You have done all you can do in your current position. Your job has become easy.
You’ve got pent up frustration about your job lately. You don’t look forward to going into work. You feel unhappy or even downright miserable, and your poor attitude is starting to follow you home.
People stop caring if they are not happy with their job. You may feel like you don’t want to go to work. You take more time off than usual. When you are at work, you just don’t care about your job. You’ve stopped putting in the effort and only do the bare minimum. You are making careless mistakes. In other words, you are completely checked out.
Your health is always a top priority. If your job is affecting your physical or mental health, then it’s likely a good time to look for another career option. Never put your job before your health.
Working in a poor environment can be taxing on anyone. Perhaps you just don’t fit in with the company culture. They don’t value your contributions. Or the culture is not inclusive and is not conducive to a positive overall work experience. Why stay when you can explore other job opportunities and find a better place to work?
Are you in a dead-end job? Is there no chance of promotion? Does your employer fail to provide you with career and personal growth opportunities? Find them elsewhere with another organization.
If you are ready to explore your career options, a recruitment agency can be a great place to start.
Still not sure if it’s time to quit? Check out these other blogs about quitting your job from a Toronto recruitment agency:
IQ PARTNERS is an Executive Search & Recruitment firm supporting clients across the country. We help companies hire better, hire less & retain more. We have specialist teams of recruiters in Executive Search / Board & C-Suite, Technology, Media, Digital & Marketing, Accounting & Finance, Financial Services & Insurance, Cannabis, Startup, Data Science, Consumer, eCommerce & Retail, Operations & HR, Manufacturing, Supply Chain & Engineering, Legal & Professional Services, Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences, Non-Profit & Sustainability, and Sales. IQ PARTNERS has its head office in Toronto and operates internationally via Aravati Global Search Network. Click here to view current job openings and to register with us.
Danielle is a Recruitment Consultant with our Accounting and Finance team, primarily focused on placing talent with mid-sized public accounting firms. Danielle has five years of experience in the recruitment industry, starting out as a recruitment coordinator and growing into a recruitment and candidate sourcing specialist.