Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Personal Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.
Being a quitter does not necessarily mean that you are not capable of the job. Sometimes, there are reasons you should leave a job. Here are some of the probable reasons why someone quits his job and productivity in the workplace can suffer.
- Stress. Admit it, there are many employees who are too stressed and they can no longer handle the work. Whatever the reason is, if you think you can no longer breathe from the stress, and then maybe taking a break should be considered.
- Inadequate incentives. Incentives surely drive an employee’s passion towards increased productivity in the workplace. If the incentives are not parallel to the workload being received, then it may be a reason why an employee will decide to leave a job.
- Lacks job security. You must always think about the future. Do you think the company you are in is still going to be there 5, 10, 25 years from now? When you get old, finding a job will be harder for you, which is why it is best to find a company that will be there for you, no matter how rough the road is.
Quitting a job is not just because you are not good enough for the company. Partly, it may be because the company is not good enough for you. Being in a company that you are not happy to be in will lead to unending decrease of productivity in the workplace, thus, you must decide whether you should stick with the company or let go. Get some advice from professional speaker Andy Core on making a good decision about moving to a new employer.
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