25 Behaviours That Indicate It's Time To Leave Your Job

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Most of us have been in a situation before where we are literally HATING life at work. It's not fun. Sometimes roles and businesses just aren't meant to be. It's the bad experiences that teach us to appreciate the good ones right? Check out these 25 behaviours that could indicate it's time for you to make a move... 

 

1. You cry on office premises at least once a week

 

 

2. You get the Sunday Fear...every Sunday

 

 

 

3. You procrastinate for an unacceptable period of time

 

 

4. Conversations with your friends and family revolve around you and how much you hate your job #boring

 

 

 

5. You can’t sleep and have traumatising nightmares about work

 

 

 

6. You’ve got a constant cold = stress

 

 

 

7. Your alcohol consumption has increased dramatically

 

 

 

8. You're binge-eating like nothing anyone has ever seen before

 

 

 

9. You’re arguing with co-workers and feel you’re losing control of your LIFE

 

 

 

10. You’ve been in the same company, in the same position without any advancement or promotion for at least 5 years

 

 

11. You’re bored

 

 

 

12. You aren’t learning anything new, because quite frankly, you don't want to

 

 

13. You’re surrounded by a mass exodus

 

 

  14. Headhunters won’t leave you alone

 

 

  15. You throw sickies at least once a fortnight

 

 

  16. You know you’re not reaching your full potential

 

 

 

17. You’ve got a dragon for a boss

 

 

  18. No one wants to be your mate

 

 

19. You take your office stress home

 

 

20. You hate the core aspects of your job

 

 

 

21. Your performance is declining

 

 

 

22. Your heart isn’t in it anymore

 

 

 

23. You’ve lost all trust in your organisation

 

 

 

24. You’re miserable

 

 

 

25. You don’t believe in the dream anymore

 

 

If anyone has been affected by the scenarios displayed in this article and work in marketing (and related disciplines), please click here for HELP.

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