Certain companies and industries have a better chance of success in today;s business climate. They bring with them new suggestions for when to stay on your present job and when to change employment may help you to find one of these successful companies.
America is no longer a country in which a person graduates from high school, finds ready employment at the town’s major companies, and stays employed in the same place for 40 years.
By the late 1990s, the average worker changed jobs frequently and before that decade, mental health professionals considered changing jobs more than once every two years to be a symptom of mental illness. So was talking to oneself, but with the new cell phone ear pieces, hundreds of people talk to “nobody” except on the other end of an invisible line. Times are changing.
New tips for success on the job include your own promotability to higher level positions (and the company’s willingness to promote from within), the company’s sustainability policies, and the important concept of whether or not there is even a system of employee review and rewards at your place of work.
I learned today that Texas does not require employers to have Workers’ Compensation insurance, so that is another concern – Do you want to continue working for a company with no safety policies or Workers’ Compensation?
Find out when to change employers here: